Give insight into the Stellar public network through various tools & visualizations.
Every 10 minutes we crawl the stellar public network to gather all available nodes.
The crawler also listens for five minutes to the traffic in the network to determine if a node is
participating in the Stellar consensus protocol.
Node information & statistics
Available node: The crawler succeeded at least one time to connect to the node and send commands.
Active node: The crawler can connect to the node and send commands. This should happen at least once
in the latest 300 crawls. The availability score of the node gives the percentage of time the node
was active in the latest 300 crawls.
Node availability score: Percentage of time the node was active in the latest 300 crawls.
Validator: The crawler picks up "stellar consensus protocol" messages about the node and successfully
requests its quorum set configuration.
Failing validator: The quorum set configuration of the node does not meet its threshold. Either
because the trusted validators are inactive, or failing.
Node geo data: Lookup of node ip in ipstack API
All code is available on Github