The virtio descriptor rings of size N-1 were nicely set up to be
aligned to an N-byte boundary. But as Anthony Liguori points out, the
free-running indices used by virtio require that the sizes be a power
of 2, otherwise we get problems on wrap (demonstrated with lguest).
So we replace the clever "2^n-1" scheme with a simple "align to page
boundary" scheme: this means that all virtio rings take at least two
pages, but it's safer than guessing cache alignment.
Signed-off-by: Rusty Russell <rusty@rustcorp.com.au>