[lldb] Adds additional fields to ProcessInfo (#91544)

To implement SaveCore for elf binaries we need to populate some
additional fields in the prpsinfo struct. Those fields are the nice
value of the process whose core is to be taken as well as a boolean flag
indicating whether or not that process is a zombie. This commit adds
those as well as tests to ensure that the values are consistent with
expectations
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