Node version 0.9.18 is the current release - public beta - that includes per validator vaults to improve mergeability RNode-0.9.18 release plan
Testnet is running rnode version 0.9.18
Rnode 0.9.18 includes per validator vaults. This is the public beta release.
We are aware of a bug that brings down the Testnet if someone runs contracts with insufficient Phlo. Normal behaviour is that the system state is rolled back when such a situation occurs. We suspect the roll back is not occurring properly in some parts of RSpace. We are investigating and working on fixing this.
Sprint 43 in progress
Main focus is (a) further improvements to mergeability (b) feature cleanup, testing, hardening, security, bug fixing (c) Network safety and reliability (d) getting ready for exchanges and dApp developers
Currently being analyzed - One bug since Cost accounting release is being addressed. Some times, if there are problems with a particular contract (e.g. insufficient funds, the node is unable to move forward with other deploys). We're investigating the issue and enhancing exception handling to catch and isolate such situations to not impact node
RCHAIN-3923Getting issue details...STATUSRCHAIN-3912Getting issue details...STATUS and
RCHAIN-3937Getting issue details...STATUS
Planning a combination of Scala property and law testing + generative tests + formal methods to get high coverage in a cost-effective manner.
Addressing critical issues with Mercury_Stability label.
Improve upon and simplify tools and documentation for dApp developers.
Restarting Rcat (digital asset management) work to rebase on current code base. This should help dApp developers as well as help debug/harden the code base by exercising it.
Identified initial documentation needs for exchanges + developers, will be working on these.
Working on providing a two node network for dApp developers' exclusive use.
Ongoing - Using flamegraphs to identify bottlnecks and adding improvements as possible. An example is improvement of ReplayRspace matching https://github.com/rchain/rchain/pull/2812 Currently seems to provide variable performance improvement.