There is a circular dependency between SROA and InferAddressSpaces
today that requires running both multiple times in order to be able to
eliminate all simple allocas and addrspacecasts. InferAddressSpaces
can't remove addrspacecasts when written to memory, and SROA helps
move pointers out of memory.
This should avoid inserting new commuting addrspacecasts with GEPs,
since there are unresolved questions about pointer wrapping between
different address spaces.
For now, don't replace volatile operations that don't match the alloca
addrspace, as it would change the address space of the access. It may
be still OK to insert an addrspacecast from the new alloca, but be
more conservative for now.