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These are Unix Datagram sockets. They work like UDP (connection-less protocol), but on unix sockets (like /dev/log). They are mostly used for logging, or maybe process/thread messaging/synchronization. zmconfigd has a bug what causes it to allocate new unix dgram sockets in an infinite loop. The probable cause is this: It was written in python, compiled ...


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I found a solution - but my understanding of it is limited. Running sudo conntrack -D -p udp in the host apparently resets something and allows for the real origin IP addresses to be reported. Apparently this needs to be done after any restart of the container. Credits: https://github.com/moby/moby/issues/8795#issuecomment-64946289


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