tsan: do not deadlock on fork
Currently correct programs can deadlock after fork, because atomic operations and async-signal-safe calls are not async-signal-safe under tsan.
With this change:
- if a single-threaded program forks, the child continues running with verification enabled (the tsan background thread is recreated as well)
- if a multi-threaded program forks, then the child runs with verification disabled (memory accesses, atomic operations and interceptors are disabled); it's expected that it will exec soon anyway
- if the child tries to create more threads after multi-threaded fork, the program aborts with error message
- die_after_fork flag is added that allows to continue running, but all bets are off