The attached node-info file has highlighted two issues with the blob inspector:
When run with the --full-parties flag it doesn't print out the entire file, but stops halfway
The actual reason why the entire file isn't printed is due to an exception that's swallowed by the inspector. Running with the --verbose flag doesn't print the stack trace, which it should.
The exception is due to an incorrect assumption that extendedKeyUsage in https://github.com/corda/corda/blob/0c880fb7a754408ff3d08412f15417efa8d44922/client/jackson/src/main/kotlin/net/corda/client/jackson/JacksonSupport.kt#L255 is non-null.
The blob insector should be printing the error message if there's an exception and with the full stacktrace if --verbose is specified. The reason it's not doing this is due to https://github.com/corda/corda/blob/b020e602ba5b032d2a22d90e155b88b863ee5fe1/tools/blobinspector/src/main/kotlin/net/corda/blobinspector/BlobInspector.kt#L81 swallowing the exception.