Upgrade Kernel 4.17: ZFS: Unable to set "noop" scheduler for /dev/sdd1 (sdd): 256

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      Hi, did you recognize any problems with zfs after a week of using kernel 4.17?

      Regards Hoppel
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      hoppel118 wrote:

      Hi, did you recognize any problems with zfs after a week of using kernel 4.17?

      Regards Hoppel
      I haven't had any. I've checked all status on the pools and they show healthy. And no errors so far.
      I've just rebooted after this last update and I'm still getting ZFS: Unable to set "noop" scheduler for /dev/sdd1 (sdd): 256 etc. for the pool