why ?

this is the output:

local height updated to :104706 last height updated to :104706 peer updated to :3 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :10000 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :19999 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :29998 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :39997 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :49996 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :59995 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :69994 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :79993 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :89992 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :99991 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync updated! sync updated processed blockes :104707 sync updated total blockes :104707 sync completed0

The sync updated processed blocks :N are increasing, not decreasing. Increasing up to the latest height.

  • processed number is decreasing from 10000, 9999,9998, 9997...,9991 – Bai Lee Sep 9 at 21:10
  • No. 10000, 19999, 29998... That is increasing. – jtgrassie Sep 9 at 23:08
  • the increasing gap between one process not the absolute number. – Bai Lee Sep 10 at 0:37
  • OK understand the question now. That the increase amount is decreasing. However, given that there is no IBlockchainSynchronizerObserver in the Monero codebase, this of course could be a subtle bug in whatever forked coin you are using. – jtgrassie Sep 10 at 2:11
  • it may be a bug from CryptoNote, but it is possible that monero still has it. – Bai Lee Sep 10 at 2:34

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