We use the onode flush list so that we can ->flush() as
a barrier before doing any read/modify/write. For
example, omap_rmkeyrange will flush before reading to
see what keys to erase in order to ensure that any
previous inserts are applied to the db and we see them
and remove them.
However, some omap operations don't update the onode
itself, which means write_onode() doesn't get called and
we aren't put on this list.
Add a note_modified_object() helper that can be called
instead of write_onode() for those cases. That way we
get on the list and flush() works as expected.
We could have resolved this by just putting ourselves on
the dirty onode list, but in practice every OSD op is
writing omap keys to the pgmeta object and there is no
need to touch the onode key in this case, so doing so
would be a big regression.
Signed-off-by: Sage Weil <firstname.lastname@example.org>