My position towards zdebug practice is known for quite some time. On every Troubelshooting course relivede I was explaining why I do not want my students to use fw ctl zdebug. Last year I have also published an article at my blog about this: CCMA's blog: Kernel debug Best Practices or "Why "fw ctl zdebug..." should not be used"
However, since this undocumented macros leaked out from Check Point R&D about 15 years ago, I see more and more people using it, and to my dismay, SK articles with this command.
So, to put the matter to rest, I want to check what you guys are thinking about this practice. Let's put it to the vote. The poll will be closing in two weeks from now.
Thanks for participating.