x86/boot/compressed: Use builtin mem functions for decompressor

Since commits

  c041b5ad8640 ("x86, boot: Create a separate string.h file to provide standard string functions")
  fb4cac573ef6 ("x86, boot: Move memcmp() into string.h and string.c")

the decompressor stub has been using the compiler's builtin memcpy,
memset and memcmp functions, _except_ where it would likely have the
largest impact, in the decompression code itself.

Remove the #undef's of memcpy and memset in misc.c so that the
decompressor code also uses the compiler builtins.

The rationale given in the comment doesn't really apply: just because
some functions use the out-of-line version is no reason to not use the
builtin version in the rest.

Replace the comment with an explanation of why memzero and memmove are
being #define'd.

Drop the suggestion to #undef in boot/string.h as well: the out-of-line
versions are not really optimized versions, they're generic code that's
good enough for the preboot environment. The compiler will likely
generate better code for constant-size memcpy/memset/memcmp if it is
allowed to.

Most decompressors' performance is unchanged, with the exception of LZ4
and 64-bit ZSTD.

	Before	After ARCH
LZ4	  73ms	 10ms   32
LZ4	 120ms	 10ms	64
ZSTD	  90ms	 74ms	64

Measurements on QEMU on 2.2GHz Broadwell Xeon, using defconfig kernels.

Decompressor code size has small differences, with the largest being
that 64-bit ZSTD decreases just over 2k. The largest code size increase
was on 64-bit XZ, of about 400 bytes.

Signed-off-by: Arvind Sankar <nivedita@alum.mit.edu>
Suggested-by: Nick Terrell <nickrterrell@gmail.com>
Tested-by: Nick Terrell <nickrterrell@gmail.com>
Acked-by: Kees Cook <keescook@chromium.org>
Signed-off-by: Linus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>
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