…en G exits
When a locked M has its G exit without calling UnlockOSThread, then
lockedExt on it was getting cleared. Unfortunately, this meant that
during P handoff, if a new M was started, it might get forked (on
most OSes besides Windows) from the locked M, which could have kernel
state attached to it.
To solve this, just don't clear lockedExt. At the point where the
locked M has its G exit, it will also exit in accordance with the
LockOSThread API. So, we can safely assume that it's lockedExt state
will no longer be used. For the case of the main thread where it just
gets wedged instead of exiting, it's probably better for it to keep
the locked marker since it more accurately represents its state.
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