I've got a gateway machine running routed. If I use ifconfig to temporarily add a /32 alias to an interface to give it an alternate identity on that interface's network, and then delete the alias, it reappears in the routing table shortly after. Use "route delete" to clear it and it reappears again. Automate the process and it reappears every 30 seconds, corresponding to routed's cycle time. The only way to permanently clear it is to restart routed.

This is at 9.1-RELEASE-p3 on amd64.

I can't find any PR that matches this behaviour or anything via Google except for one comment on the forums that's less than helpful(*). Anybody know anything about this, or should I file a PR?

(*) The comment consists of "That's because you are running routed" with no explanation or suggestions.

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