Reland "concierge: Add Vsock Connection to ARCVM's LMKD"

This is a reland of commit 156a8342e506465510a5c4e1797b0507fd23827f

The shutdown hang caused by these changes was fixed with

Original change's description:
> concierge: Add Vsock Connection to ARCVM's LMKD

> To better respond to quickly changing memory pressure situations in
> ARCVM, concierge will maintain a vsock connection to LMKD. When LMKD
> thinks it needs to kill, it will ask concierge to confirm this kill.
> Based on the priority of the candidate process, concierge will either
> deflate the virtio balloon of ARCVM to make room for the process, or
> instruct LMKD to proceed with the kill.
> BUG=b:210075795
> TEST=CQ, cros_run_unit_tests --board volteer --packages
> chromeos-base/vm_host_tools, manual local integration testing with
> LMKD changes
> Change-Id: I375891b0f7ac6155ce67c23bf1e434647d1c0ace
> Reviewed-on:
> Commit-Queue: Kameron Lutes <>
> Reviewed-by: Yusuke Sato <>
> Tested-by: Kameron Lutes <>

BUG=b:210075795, b:235771253

Change-Id: I7c0df307cad4c716363efc0613c7ecbc2a01f3ac
Reviewed-by: Mike Frysinger <>
Tested-by: Kameron Lutes <>
Reviewed-by: Yusuke Sato <>
Commit-Queue: Kameron Lutes <>
GitOrigin-RevId: a12670e89e995c80f0c1d89f89748a875ab5138e
2 files changed
tree: 607c6dd1cdc93443643791f14ebd5283d3aaf27f
  1. constants/
  2. dbus/
  3. mojo/
  4. src/
  5. switches/
  6. .gitignore
  9. Cargo.toml
  11. OWNERS
  13. system_api.pc

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