Use work-stealing for load-balancing in the GC
New flag: "+RTS -qb" disables load-balancing in the parallel GC (though this is subject to change, I think we will probably want to do something more automatic before releasing this). To get the "PARGC3" configuration described in the "Runtime support for Multicore Haskell" paper, use "+RTS -qg0 -qb -RTS". The main advantage of this is that it allows us to easily disable load-balancing altogether, which turns out to be important in parallel programs. Maintaining locality is sometimes more important that spreading the work out in parallel GC. There is a side benefit in that the parallel GC should have improved locality even when load-balancing, because each processor prefers to take work from its own queue before stealing from others.