In order to declare a mutex which will be used before malloc(9)
becomes available in the kernel, MUTEX_DECLARE() should be used, then
it should be initialized by passing the MTX_COLD flag to mtx_init(),
so that a statically allocated buffer will be used, instead of
malloc()ing a buffer, right?

Will it be safe to call mtx_destroy() for this mutex? 
/sys/kern/kern_mutex.c:mtx_destroy() seems to always try to free() the


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