asm-generic syscall fix for 4.6-rc

My last pull request for asm-generic had just one patch that added two
new system calls to asm/unistd.h, but unfortunately it turned out
to be wrong, pointing arch/tile compat mode at the native handlers
rather than the compat ones.

This was spotted by Yury Norov, who is working on ILP32 mode
for arch/arm64, which would have the same problem when merged.
This fixes the table to use the correct compat syscalls, like
the other 64-bit architectures do.

I'll try to find the time to come up with a solution that
prevents this problem from happening again, by allowing all
future system calls to just get added in a single file
for use by all architectures.
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asm-generic: use compat version for preadv2 and pwritev2

Compat architectures that does not use generic unistd (mips, s390),
declare compat version in their syscall tables for preadv2 and
pwritev2. Generic unistd syscall table should do it as well.

[arnd: this initially slipped through the review and an
 incorrect patch got merged. arch/tile/ is the only architecture
 that could be affected for their 32-bit compat mode, every
 other architecture we support today is fine.]

Signed-off-by: Yury Norov <ynorov@caviumnetworks.com>
Signed-off-by: Arnd Bergmann <arnd@arndb.de>
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