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I have set up a Stellar private network consisting of two nodes. First node stores the history in a s3 bucket. 2nd node stores the history in local AWS. Now I try to connect a 3rd node with the existing network by fetching the history archive from the s3 bucket. But it is showing the message below:

"state" : "Catching up",
      "status" : [ "Catching up: Running: catchup : 0/1 children completed" ]

Here are my first and 3rd node configurations:

Node1 Config

LOG_FILE_PATH="/home/ubuntu/Node1/HcNet-core/logs"
BUCKET_DIR_PATH="/home/ubuntu/Node1/HcNet-core/buckets"
HTTP_PORT=11642
PUBLIC_HTTP_PORT=false
RUN_STANDALONE=false
NETWORK_PASSPHRASE="My Network"
NODE_SEED="SB54U4FQJMOF2OXJBNWW7ZAC436ZHDGJIPAPW3MFTIQCMILW5WUG2L7J self"
NODE_IS_VALIDATOR=true
PEER_PORT=11641
DATABASE="postgresql://dbname=hcdb1 user=core1 password=core1 host=localhost"
KNOWN_PEERS=["127.0.0.1:11627"]
COMMANDS=["ll?level=debug"]
FAILURE_SAFETY=0
UNSAFE_QUORUM=true
[QUORUM_SET]
THRESHOLD_PERCENT=67
VALIDATORS=["$self","GBIVDJ5RP5ZX4BBDVRU5DVK3LBISGWPMWUTFWKGWFRT2HGMR5L5HHD5T"]
[HISTORY.vs]
get="curl -sf  https://testbucketforwatcherandvalidator.s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/Node1/{0} -o {1}"
put="aws s3 cp {0} s3://testbucketforwatcherandvalidator/Node1/{1}"

Node3 config

LOG_FILE_PATH="/home/ubuntu/Node3/HcNet-core/logs"
BUCKET_DIR_PATH="/home/ubuntu/Node3/HcNet-core/buckets"
HTTP_PORT=11630
PUBLIC_HTTP_PORT=false
RUN_STANDALONE=false
NETWORK_PASSPHRASE="My Network"
NODE_SEED="SBU2X7CD223W4YJKOC3MQXNRM6SEY2DRCQAWRHQWPR3BPF7SMZLWQRDX self"
NODE_IS_VALIDATOR=true
PEER_PORT=11629
DATABASE="postgresql://dbname=hcdb3 user=core3 password=core3 host=localhost"
KNOWN_PEERS=["127.0.0.1:11641","127.0.0.1:11627"]
COMMANDS=["ll?level=debug"]
FAILURE_SAFETY=0
UNSAFE_QUORUM=true
CATCHUP_COMPLETE=false
CATCHUP_RECENT=10
[QUORUM_SET]
THRESHOLD_PERCENT=67
VALIDATORS=["$self","GBF5CC6U6FEWYX3BACEM6NS6B754XW4TCDVIHNAAE36WS6PCUR5FA6N3","GBIVDJ5RP5ZX4BBDVRU5DVK3LBISGWPMWUTFWKGWFRT2HGMR5L5HHD5T"]

[HISTORY.vs]
get="curl -sf  https://testbucketforwatcherandvalidator.s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/Node1/{0} -o {1}"

Any issue in my config files?

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