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I have geth alongside lighthouse on the same computer. I'm running lighthouse with --eth1-endpoints http://localhost:8545.

However this appears in my ligthouse logs: sync can take longer when using remote eth1 nodes

What am I missing? is it just a default message?

Jul 10 10:56:01.001 WARN Syncing eth1 block cache                est_blocks_remaining: 3101, msg: sync can take longer when using remote eth1 nodes, service: slot_notifier
Jul 10 10:56:13.001 INFO Syncing                                 est_time: 2 days 1 hrs, speed: 9.33 slots/sec, distance: 1662564 slots (32 weeks 6 days), peers: 35, service: slot_notifier
Jul 10 10:56:13.001 WARN Syncing eth1 block cache                est_blocks_remaining: 2561, msg: sync can take longer when using remote eth1 nodes, service: slot_notifier
Jul 10 10:56:25.000 INFO Syncing                                 est_time: 2 days 9 hrs, speed: 8.00 slots/sec, distance: 1662501 slots (32 weeks 6 days), peers: 35, service: slot_notifier
Jul 10 10:56:25.001 WARN Syncing eth1 block cache                est_blocks_remaining: 1838, msg: sync can take longer when using remote eth1 nodes, service: slot_notifier
Jul 10 10:56:37.006 INFO Syncing                                 est_time: 2 days 9 hrs, speed: 8.00 slots/sec, distance: 1662374 slots (32 weeks 6 days), peers: 34, service: slot_notifier
Jul 10 10:56:37.006 WARN Syncing eth1 block cache                est_blocks_remaining: 1055, msg: sync can take longer when using remote eth1 nodes, service: slot_notifier
Jul 10 10:56:49.001 INFO Syncing                                 est_time: 2 days 21 hrs, speed: 6.69 slots/sec, distance: 1662311 slots (32 weeks 6 days), peers: 35, service: slot_notifier
Jul 10 10:56:49.001 WARN Syncing eth1 block cache                est_blocks_remaining: 311, msg: sync can take longer when using remote eth1 nodes, service: slot_notifier
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Turns out this was a default message which now has been removed https://github.com/sigp/lighthouse/issues/2452

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