+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1241274 +++
In a user environment, a server might be migrated/restarted with a different IP address than it had before. DNS has been updated to point the old name at the new address, and thus clients can still reconnect to it OK, but other servers fail to recognize it as a cluster member because of the address change. In this particular case, the problem is related to containerization of the servers, but it can also occur with bare-metal failover solutions. The key factor is really that the user is unable/unwilling to configure their routing so that a floating service address can be reassigned to a new physical machine in case of failover or migration.
Extra detail: the problem occurs because the *recipient* of a "peer probe" message initially stores the sender's string-valued IP address instead of its name. If we then probe in the other direction using that peer's name, we update our peer record with that as well, but that's a total hack and doesn't seem totally foolproof either. A better solution is to store and subsequently compare against reverse-resolved host names for probes we receive, whenever such names are available. Such an approach would be effectively immune to such address changes (though it doesn't solve the general problem of DNS errors or misconfiguration).
Didn't realize we already have a 3.7 clone for this. Never mind.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1241963 ***