I have a small cluster that is connected to private Ethereum chain that uses
POA and block time is fixed 15 seconds. The cluster has four nodes that all nodes are connected to each other. Please note that, there is three signer nodes on my cluster.
When I submit a transaction from a node; the transaction does not reach to all signer nodes on the current block but it is transferred onto the next block. But, I observe that the sent transaction was received by the non-signer node right after it is sent.
For example; when I sent a transaction within the current block, it will not deployed on the current block but on the up coming block. So this forces network to deploy a transaction in 2 block time which is in between 15 seconds to 30 seconds.
alper@home is non-signer node and other nodes are signer node.
I sent a transaction within block number
869,334 from node named
eBloc@netlab (signer-node) and transaction shows up right after at
alper@home named node (non-signer node) on block number
869,334 but it does not show up on the signer nodes even on the node that I sent it from.
On the next block (
869,335) I observe that all nodes receive the transactions.
And finally on block number (
869,336) the transaction is deployed.
=> If the transaction was distributed to all cluster right after it sent it should be deployed on the block number (
869,334) but it used 1 additional block time for this.
[Q1] Why the sent transaction received by the non-signer nodes right after it is sent but not by the signer nodes?
[Q2] Is this normal that the sent transaction won’t transfer to all the network right after it is sent but it takes additional 1 block time even all nodes are connected to each other? Is there any way to force to transfer a transaction to all my signer nodes right after it has been sent?