Take snapshot of registered read-write transaction identifiers directly
from rw_trx_hash. It immediately saves one trx_sys.mutex lock, reduces
size of another critical section protected by this mutex, and makes
further optimisations like removing trx_sys_t::serialisation_list
Downside of this approach is bigger overhead for view opening, because
iterating LF_HASH is more expensive compared to taking snapshot of an
array. However for low concurrency overhead difference is negligible,
while for high concurrency mutex is much bigger evil.
Currently we still take trx_sys.mutex to serialise ReadView creation.
This is required to keep serialisation_list ordered by trx->no as well
as not to let purge thread to create more recent snapshot while another
thread gets suspended during creation of older snapshot. This will
become completely mutex free along with serialisation_list removal.
Compared to previous implementation removing element from rw_trx_hash
and serialisation_list is not atomic. We disregard all possible bad
consequences (if there're any) since it will be solved along with
serialisation_list was supposed to instantly give minimum registered
transaction serialisation number. However maintaining and accessing
this list requires global mutex protection.
Since we already take MVCC snapshot by iterating trx_sys_t::rw_trx_hash,
it is cheap to integrate minimum registered transaction lookup into this