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This seems to happen randomly during an influx of new transactions. I am running a node with high txpool limits.

--txpool.globalslots 1000000 --txpool.accountslots 128 --txpool.accountqueue 512 --txpool.globalqueue 500000

Calling txpool.status { pending: 144598, queued: 7244 }

5 mins later: { pending: 144598, queued: 7747 }

The pending number is not increasing, while transactions are still being added to queued.

While this is happening, I am receiving no new transactions from the following web3 subscription.

web3.eth.subscribe('pendingTransactions', function(error, result){
    if (!error)
        console.log(result);
})
.on("data", function(transaction){
    console.log(transaction);
    let promise = web3.eth.getTransaction(transaction);
    promise.then((data) => {
        if(data){
            console.log(data);
        }
    });
});

Everything will return to normal after a period of time (>15 mins).

Memory usage is normal and stable, CPU usage is a bit higher than normal, but not maxed out.

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