Suppose I have access to a full archive Node and I want to fork from a specific block using Ganache.

Using ganache-cli, I can specify where to fork using the --fork parameter by passing it the Node access point and appending the block number after the symbol @.

For example if I want to fork from the block 11267664:

ganache-cli --fork=http://myNode@11267664

My question is: are the transactions mined inside the block 11267664 included that fork or not?

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Yes, the transactions mined inside block 11267664 are included in your fork. The word "from" in the ganache implies that this block is mined and then the fork happens:

You can optionally specify the block to fork from using an @ sign: http://localhost:8545@1599200.

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