consumers of libzpool can no longer bypass assertions
zfs - Zettabyte File System
From George Wilson's original bug report at Delphix:
The 'zdb' program has the ability to enable 'aok' so that it can bypass any of the ASSERT/VERIFY statements in the kernel code. Doing this is very useful to help debug any corruption issues that can occur. This does not bypass calls to assert() which are typically used in userland programs. The fix for '3006 VERIFY3[S,U,P] and ASSERT3[S,U,P] frequently check if first argument equals zero' changed consumers of libzpool to use debug.h instead of the ASSERT/VERIFY logic in zfs_context.h. The implementation in zfs_context.h allowed for the 'aok' variable to be set. With the fix for 3006 this functionality no longer works. We should add 'aok' into libc so that consumers of ASSERT/VERIFY can bypass the assertions.