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This is probably a bug. I've created an issue here and we will investigate it further. It would be helpful if you could post an example transaction that triggers this to make it easier to reproduce.


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It means inserting a signed operation into the mempool, that then will be broadcasted to other nodes in the network and hopefully included by a baker in a block.


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Yes. Tell your tezos-client to use a public RPC node that accepts injections (not all do). tezos-client -A https://publicrpc.node.com/ transfer 50 from tz1.. to tz1... You'll need to find a public RPC that allows injections. I think https://mainnet-tezos.giganode.io/ does


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