So, that "count" is the number of blocks it imported? And what's the difference between block headers and block receipts? I.e.:
INFO [08-29|23:23:51] Imported new block headers count=0 elapsed=3.000ms number=4217564 hash=c81854…80d25f ignored=192
INFO [08-29|23:23:52] Imported new block headers count=41 elapsed=51.002ms number=4217632 hash=22428d…077237 ignored=27
INFO [08-29|23:23:59] Imported new block receipts count=22 elapsed=35.002ms number=4217394 hash=53a58b…4d6d18 ignored=0
Last block-related line of output:
NFO [08-29|23:24:14] Imported new block receipts count=159 elapsed=311.017ms number=4217561 hash=1467fd…eb08c0 ignored=0
Well, if I (central authority) distribute the addresses/key manually (paper envelopes or via email) I can track things. It'd be good if a contract did it, but how can a contract distribute addresses and keys without being tracked? Wouldn't these addresses and keys be part of a transaction that gets stored in the chain?
Regarding your question, the last block-related output line is still the same as before:
INFO [08-29|23:24:14] Imported new block receipts count=159 elapsed=311.017ms number=4217561 hash=1467fd…eb08c0 ignored=0
After that there are about 40 lines "Importing new state entries".
Current last one:
INFO [08-29|23:50:41] Imported new state entries count=380 flushed=465 elapsed=5.404s processed=12477 pending=12367 retry=4 duplicate=0 unexpected=23