This class is instantiated once in rtl.cpp before hsa_init is
called. The hsa_signal_create call therefore fails leaving the pool empty.
This signal pool is a legacy from ATMI where it was constructed after hsa_init.
Moving the state into the rtl.cpp global class disabled the initial populating
of the pool without noticeably changing performance. Just rechecked with a fix
that allocates the signals after hsa_init and that also doesn't noticeably
This patch therefore drops the initialisation. Only change from main is to
drop a DEBUG_PRINT statement that would say the pool initial size is zero.