When we start a Tezos node from scratch, it takes long time to bootstrap. We can monitor the progress with
tezos-client bootstrapped command.
However, the command usually quits at a very early stage of bootstrapping, telling
What does it mean? Is it a bug of the command, or the notion of
Bootstrapped is different from what I have, full (or nearly full) DB synchronization?
And, what is the current recommended way to check my node is fully bootstrapped? (Of course I can use
tezos-client bootstrapped command regularly to see the current status, but it is bit tedious...)