Running geth, if you reboot, Tx sent to the pool with too high of a nonce go away and are never propagated to other nodes. How does this work with Infura? Is there a way to purge Tx set with too high of a nonce?
Due to the asynchronous nature of things, there’s only mitigating strategies to account for things going wrong with nonces. I just want to be able to recover if my script starts using the wrong nonces.