This function has a bug which will incorrectly reschedule instructions
after an INLINEASM_BR (which can branch). (The bug may also allow
scheduling past a throwing-CALL, I'm not certain.)
I could fix that bug, but, as the removed FIXME notes, it's better to
attempt rescheduling before converting to 3-addr form, as that may
remove the need to convert in the first place. In fact, the code to do
such reordering was added to this pass only a few months later, in
2011, via the addition of the function rescheduleMIBelowKill. That
code does not contain the same bug.
The removal of the sink3AddrInstruction function is not a no-op: in
some cases it would move an instruction post-conversion, when
rescheduleMIBelowKill would not move the instruction pre-converison.
However, this does not appear to be important: the machine instruction
scheduler can reorder the after-conversion instructions, in any case.
This patch fixes a kernel panic 4.4 LTS x86_64 Linux kernels, when
built with clang after 4b0aa5724feaa89a9538dcab97e018110b0e4bc3.
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D83708
(cherry picked from commit 60433c63acb71935111304d71e41b7ee982398f8)