PCI: hv: Fix a race condition in hv_irq_unmask() that can cause panic

When the host tries to remove a PCI device, the host first sends a
PCI_EJECT message to the guest, and the guest is supposed to gracefully
remove the PCI device and send a PCI_EJECTION_COMPLETE message to the host;
the host then sends a VMBus message CHANNELMSG_RESCIND_CHANNELOFFER to
the guest (when the guest receives this message, the device is already
unassigned from the guest) and the guest can do some final cleanup work;
if the guest fails to respond to the PCI_EJECT message within one minute,
the host sends the VMBus message CHANNELMSG_RESCIND_CHANNELOFFER and
removes the PCI device forcibly.

In the case of fast device addition/removal, it's possible that the PCI
device driver is still configuring MSI-X interrupts when the guest receives
the PCI_EJECT message; the channel callback calls hv_pci_eject_device(),
which sets hpdev->state to hv_pcichild_ejecting, and schedules a work
hv_eject_device_work(); if the PCI device driver is calling
pci_alloc_irq_vectors() -> ... -> hv_compose_msi_msg(), we can break the
while loop in hv_compose_msi_msg() due to the updated hpdev->state, and
leave data->chip_data with its default value of NULL; later, when the PCI
device driver calls request_irq() -> ... -> hv_irq_unmask(), the guest
crashes in hv_arch_irq_unmask() due to data->chip_data being NULL.

Fix the issue by not testing hpdev->state in the while loop: when the
guest receives PCI_EJECT, the device is still assigned to the guest, and
the guest has one minute to finish the device removal gracefully. We don't
really need to (and we should not) test hpdev->state in the loop.

Fixes: de0aa7b2f97d ("PCI: hv: Fix 2 hang issues in hv_compose_msi_msg()")
Signed-off-by: Dexuan Cui <decui@microsoft.com>
Reviewed-by: Michael Kelley <mikelley@microsoft.com>
Cc: stable@vger.kernel.org
Link: https://lore.kernel.org/r/20230615044451.5580-3-decui@microsoft.com
Signed-off-by: Wei Liu <wei.liu@kernel.org>
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