Thanks Flavio,
This probably explains the situation, but I will have to check the logs
again to be sure. It seemed like the ephemeral node didn't get cleaned up
for an extended period of time even though the client had established a new
connection. Could possibly be some weirdness where the old session was
still alive because it hadn't been closed down properly, but this seems

Anyway, thanks for the link.
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