The last para of Jake's article implies that upgrading GCC or installing GCC 4.3.0 compiled
binaries can cause problems. If true that would be nasty.
ONE: The zero-cost patch needs to be applied to the kernel source before compiling the kernel
with GCC 4.3.0.
TWO: Don't load 4.3.0-compiled out of tree kernel modules into unpatched kernels.
Color my stupid but I just don't see how upgrading GCC or installing binaries can trigger this
problem. Am I missing something?