x86/sgx: Add an attribute for the amount of SGX memory in a NUMA node

The amount of SGX memory on the system is determined by the BIOS and it
varies wildly between systems.  It can be from dozens of MB's on desktops
or VM's, up to many GB's on servers.  Just like for regular memory, it is
sometimes useful to know the amount of usable SGX memory in the system.

Add an attribute for the amount of SGX memory in bytes to each NUMA
node. The path is /sys/devices/system/node/node[0-9]*/sgx/size.
Calculate these values by summing up EPC section sizes for each node
during the driver initalization.

Cc: Greg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@linuxfoundation.org>
Signed-off-by: Jarkko Sakkinen <jarkko@kernel.org>

v8:
* Fix a bug in sgx_numa_init(): node->dev should be only set after
  sysfe_create_group().  Otherwise, sysfs_remove_group() will issue a
  warning in sgx_numa_exit(), when sgx_create_group() is unsuccessful,
  because the group does not exist.

v7:
* Shorten memory_size to size. The prefix makes the name only longer
  but does not clarify things more than "size" would.
* Use device_attribute instead of kobj_attribute.
* Use named attribute group instead of creating raw kobject just for
  the "sgx" subdirectory.

v6:
* Initialize node->size to zero in sgx_setup_epc_section(), when the
  node is first accessed.

v5
* A new patch based on the discussion on
  https://lore.kernel.org/linux-sgx/3a7cab4115b4f902f3509ad8652e616b91703e1d.camel@kernel.org/T/#t
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