irqchip updates for Linux 5.10

Core changes:
- Allow irq retriggering to follow a hierarchy
- Allow interrupt hierarchies to be trimmed at allocation time
- Allow interrupts to be hidden from /proc/interrupts (IPIs)
- Introduce stub for set_handle_irq() when !GENERIC_IRQ_MULTI_HANDLER
- New per-cpu IPI handling flow

Architecture changes:
- Move arm/arm64 IPI handling to the core interrupt code, removing
  the home brewed accounting

Driver updates:
- New driver for the MStar (and more recently Mediatek) platforms
- New driver for the Actions Owl SIRQ controller
- New driver for the TI PRUSS infrastructure
- Wake-up support for the Qualcomm PDC controller
- Primary interrupt controller support for the Designware APB ICTL
- Convert the IPI code for GIC, GICv3, hip04, armada-270-xp and bcm2836
  to using standard interrupts
- Improve GICv3 pseudo-NMI support to deal with both non-secure and secure
  priorities on arm64
- Convert the GIC/GICv3 drivers to using HW-based irq retrigger
- A sprinkling of dev_err_probe() conversion
- A set of NVIDIA Tegra fixes for interrupt hierarchy corruption
- A reset fix for the Loongson HTVEC driver
- A couple of error handling fixes in the TI SCI drivers
Merge branch 'irq/mstar' into irq/irqchip-next

Signed-off-by: Marc Zyngier <maz@kernel.org>