sanlock: fix missing dblock return from paxos_lease_acquire
In commit 933a474339ded8d025c99356f583d228b6a2b9ba
sanlock: fix release interference with paxos
The function write_mblock_shared_dblock_release()
was added to preserve the current dblock values
when setting the mode block in the same sector.
The latest copy of the dblock that was returned
from paxos_lease_acquire was saved and copied into
the buffer used to write the mode block.
The problem is that the latest copy of the dblock was
not always being returned from paxos_lease_acquire .
The result is that a host was sometimes copying garbage
dblock values back into its dblock. If other hosts then
tried to acquire this same lock, they could get confused
by the invalid dblock values.
The specific problem that was seen is where the bad
dblock lver value was larger than the lver value in the
leader record. This would cause paxos_lease_acquire on
the other host to repeatedly abort paxos_lease_acquire
because of the "larger lver in bk" (believing another
host was competing for a newer version of the lease.)
 The failure to return the latest dblock copy was
introduced in commit 6501351b742:
sanlock: preserve dblock values when setting shared flag
The specific problem in that commit is when another host
commits us as the lease owner, in which case
paxos_lease_acquire missed returning its latest dblock.