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I configured and launched a private network by Geth. Some nodes are signers, that should validate transactions and seal blocks. I expect signer nodes run syncedly ,do their job, validate transactions and seal block. Moreover, I expect we see sealing logs. But, they are not synced, they don't their job and we face to timed out error when a transaction sent by application. Geth logs on PowerShell are:

INFO [03-18|13:39:46.571] Writing clean trie cache to disk
INFO [03-18|13:39:46.576] Regenerated local transaction journal
INFO [03-18|13:39:46.581] Persisted the clean trie cache

Steps to the issue:

  1. I initialized Geth:

    geth --datadir C:\. . .\Local --identity "PrivEth" init "C:\. . .\Local\Genesis.json"

  2. I run signers:

    geth --datadir C:\. . .\Local --cache 256 --identity "PrivEth" --networkid 1111 --port 30300 --netrestrict 192.168.10.0/24 --nat extip:192.168.10.24 --ws --allow-insecure-unlock --ws.addr 192.168.10.24 --ws.port 8551 --ws.api eth,net,web3,personal,admin,miner --ws.origins "*" --mine --miner.threads 10 --miner.etherbase <address>

  3. I run other nodes:

geth --datadir C:\. . .\Local --cache 256 --identity "PrivEth" --networkid 1111 --port 30300 --netrestrict 192.168.10.0/24 --nat extip:192.168.10.24 --ws --allow-insecure-unlock --ws.addr 192.168.10.24 --ws.port 8551 --ws.api eth,net,web3,personal,admin,miner --ws.origins "*"

  1. I peered all nodes by admin.addPeer(<enode>).

  2. These logs resulted by Geth:

    INFO [03-18|13:39:46.571] Writing clean trie cache to disk

    INFO [03-18|13:39:46.576] Regenerated local transaction journal

    INFO [03-18|13:39:46.581] Persisted the clean trie cache

System information:

Geth version: 1.11.4

OS: Windows Server 2019

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I generated new accounts and replaced them with the previous ones for each systems and I run nodes. This solved my problem but I don't know how this did it.

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