Currently, findUnwindSectionsByPhdr is slightly micro-optimized for the
case where the first callback has the target address, and is otherwise
very inefficient -- it decodes .eh_frame_hdr even when no PT_LOAD
matches the PC. (If the FrameHeaderCache is enabled, then the
micro-optimization only helps the first time unwind info is looked up.)
Instead, it makes more sense to optimize for the case where the
callback *doesn't* find the target address, so search for a PT_LOAD
segment first, and only look for the unwind info section if a matching
PT_LOAD is found.
This change helps on an Android benchmark with 100 shared objects,
where the DSO at the end of the dl_iterate_phdr list throws 10000
exceptions. Assuming the frame cache is disabled, this change cuts
about 30-40% off the benchmark's runtime.