Understanding pid and RRID in 'Future' objects (related to @spawn and @spawnat in documentation)

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In the documentation on Parallel Computing the first code example contains:

julia> r = remotecall(rand, 2, 2, 2)
Future(2, 1, 4, Nullable{Any}())

julia> s = @spawnat 2 1 .+ fetch(r)
Future(2, 1, 5, Nullable{Any}())

Which makes sense to me (I think) because the first number field of the Future object, the pid, is 2 because both belong to process 2 and fetch is a no-op.

However, the second example:

julia> r = @spawn rand(2,2)
Future(2, 1, 4, Nullable{Any}())

julia> s = @spawn 1 .+ fetch(r)
Future(3, 1, 5, Nullable{Any}())

The pid for the object s appears to be 3, which I interpret as it belonging to process 3. Is this correct? If so, the text below this second example does not make sense:

In this case, @spawn is smart enough to perform the computation on the process that owns r, so the fetch() will be a no-op (no work is done).