Ladies and Gentlemen, The technical stuff is way over my head but I am
getting the same syslog errors and the same inconsistent device paths on
an HP Proliant ML110 G7 with Ubuntu 16.04.3 kernel 4.4.0-98-generic.

It seems clear that no-one is taking ownership of this to fix it in an
actual update that ordinary people like me can install in the normal
course of system updates. The nature of open source software I guess.

However could someone please let me know:
 - is this just an annoying message that won't be fixed, or are there 
operational implications?
 - if there are implications, are they serious?
 - if they are serious, could you explain (or point me at a resource that 
explains) in detail, how to install the patch provided. I've never done that 

Thank you in advance!

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