This option causes lld to shuffle sections by assigning different
priorities in each run.
The use case for this is to introduce randomization in benchmarks. The
idea is inspired by the paper "Producing Wrong Data Without Doing
Anything Obviously Wrong!"
the paper, we shuffle individual sections, not just input files.
Doing this in lld is particularly convenient as the --reproduce option
makes it easy to collect all the necessary bits for relinking the
program being benchmarked. Once that it is done, all that is needed is
to add --shuffle-sections=0 to the response file and relink before each
run of the benchmark.