enode, I see that is the "Harmony Byzantium" node; it is possible that there is an
ethstatsdisplay issue, e.g. it stopped updating. Does Harmony have its own code for
ethstats, or does it use
This is not a problem with
ethstats, the node tries to follow heaviest chain. Which seems to be a bug, similar to those that we had during Ropsten transition but due to other circumstances.
paritynode should've forked off also, but I guess there haven't been any Constantinople-specific transactions yet?.. I can get to this when properly woken up.
It should've forked off due to change in difficulty calculation rule that starts from first Constantinople block
CREATE2test vectors should fork that version off (paritytech/parity-ethereum#9694), due to changes in gas costs?..
gethnode of mine has 10 bad blocks currently, but all from the Byzantium range (between 30000 and 40000). Gist if someone's interested - some ellipsis in there, though...
veox-parity-renegade. It would seem strange that a node would list a block it's produced itself as invalid. :/
0x7a9a(decimal: 31386); and
eth.getBlock()reports that same block, whether queried by hash or number.