We will be testing the network and blockchain with changes made in the comms layer related to
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and recent bug fixes.
We will also try to reproduce
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Node Operators should expect to attempt a deploy of tut-hello.rho, followed by a block proposal.
- Testers will install and run RNode
- Testers will create a network of peers
- Several testers will slowly deploy a hello world contract and propose a block
- Testers will report on the number of blocks received
- We will watch to see if the number of blocks received syncs and becomes common to all peers on the network.
- If possible a node will join after some blocks have been proposed, and observe a more efficient mechanism of obtaining historical block data.
Configure your network
See RNode supported network configuration for information on how to configure your network to connect to other nodes.
Please install RNode prior to the start of the testing session. If you have run RNode previously please see
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for support for resolving issues you may experience preventing the successful running of RNode today.
We will we working off RChain Node 0.5.3 (779c4963e7ae16dea4d247cdc0023616202d7ac3). This is a version of the software found in the dev branch of rchain/rchain.
Installation and running instructions
Please see User guide for running RNode for installation and running instructions.
Select a validator key
deploy --from "0x1" --phlo-limit 0 --phlo-price 0 --nonce 0 <path of file to be deployed>
RNode bootstrap addresses. Please use the dev bootstrap address.
You best support the improvement and development of the RChain platform when you file a bug to report challenge you faced or unsuccessful outcomes. This will help us collect all relevant information to better understand your setup and experience.