Tx processor

The MoZ processor is a standalone process that listens to a queue in message broker for new blocks and writes changes to the database core tables. There can be multiple processors. In this case, every processor must listen to his own queue.


The processor gets performs the following functions:

  • get a new block from the queue
  • recognize a type of the messages
  • process each message according to its type. For example, it can be an updating of the MoZ stats in case of an ibc transfer or adding a new record into the database if it's an ibc init message
  • update the database with the latest processed block number

Possible errors

The processor will reject a new block if it has wrong block number (higher, or lower than expected)