i should try and check how far mine are with vetting.
doesn’t seem to get anywhere really… maybe the other guy on my subnet is vetting nodes also.
the one in the screenshot is my newest 2month old node. passing 2 full months in 2 days.
it got 2.7gb ingress for the 12th, which would mean either my 3 month old node isn’t finished vetting yet… but that doesn’t get the same low ingress as this latest one does, it’s usually equal to my main node so i just assumed it was fully vetted.
so if you are right about the a subnet having it’s own share of the vetting 5% global, then me having the same number as you would mean either my subnet neighbor is vetting 1 new node.
or in fact all vetting nodes gets an equal share of the global independent of subnet.
cannot say which… but that would be fairly easy to figure out by comparing ingress across more vetting nodes from other people.
graph also seems to be around 2.7gb for 12th
so that would indicate that the global 5% is split between equally between all nodes, or he also have somebody vetting on his subnet which seems less likely.
so no your two nodes should vet just as fast as every other vetting node. only the network ingress and total number of vetting nodes will change the time it takes to fully vet a node, atleast to how i understand it and what the numbers seems to say.
ofc it does seem i have an alarming tendency to be wrong when dealing with this stuff…lol
but hey we are all learning.