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This means that you try to inject an endorsement in your mempool for a block that wasn't the head block. Maybe the chain reorganized between the time your endorser started preparing an endorsement and the time it was injected. This can happen but it should be very rare.


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This is correct but extremely and dangerously (for yourself) optimistic. Yes, in theory, as long are the 2 nodes you attach an endorser to are perfectly aligned "It's the same block, and the same endorsement slots. [so] the same operation hash, which is just a duplicate; not a double." But, necessarily, in practice, there will be a time where the 2 nodes ...


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This question was originally asked on r/Tezos where I replied with the following: Unfortunately this is a fact of life for bakers (endorsers) from time to time. In general, there are a number of possible causes for something like this happening, including, but not limited to: Your node's clock is wrong so even though it thinks it endorsed at the correct ...


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Posting the reddit answer by BakeTzForMe: Unfortunately this is a fact of life for bakers (endorsers) from time to time. In general, there are a number of possible causes for something like this happening, including, but not limited to: Your node's clock is wrong so even though it thinks it endorsed at the correct time, it was too late or too ...


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The error logs clearly suggest that the ENOTTY error for the "auth" key is your problem. You cannot directly use an encrypted key to authenticate the docker daemons to a remote signer, because you cannot type the password in. (As FLF OCP notes, "the ENOTTY error is coming from an attempt to ask the key password on a terminal, but there is no such terminal")....


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It means that when your node received that block, the block was more than 30 minutes old already (its timestamp was from more than 30 minutes ago). Your endorser correctly acknowledged that the node just received an "endorsable" block (a block on which you have endorsement rights) but concluded that it was too late to forge the endorsement. Rationale: ...


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