it's a bug, but probably not a problem unless you see other symptoms. Handles represent each peer and are contained in a bit field. That error message happens when we try to de-allocate one of the handle bits and run into trouble getting rid of it. I've seen it before but don't remember any negative side-effects besides the message. Are you seeing other symptoms as well?
Although it has been marked as answered, I would be very thankful to you if you could review it and kindly add your own explanations where necessary. I could derive the posted information only from the scarce documentation available and you are definitely the person who can give the ultimate information to some answers posted there.
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