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A flaw in node version 1.35.2 is revealed by a Cardano developer

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Source: CryptoSlate
1660987429 20 Aug / 09:23

A flaw in Cardano node version 1.35.2, which led to the failure of the Cardano Testnet, was discovered by Cardano (ADA) engineer Adam Dean in a thread on Twitter on August 18.

Dean claims that the flaw was found in a node previously deemed "tested and ready." Dean said that the flaw reduced chain density and produced incompatible forks. An on-chain inquiry by the Cardano Operator supporters' pool, ATADA Stakepool, and Pooltooll led to the bug's discovery.

Versions 1.35.2 and 1.34.1 were identified as the problem after an examination. Dean emphasized how version 1.35.3 was out of sync with the chain since most operators had upgraded "to 1.35.2 on testnet to simulate a Vasil HFC event."

Version 1.35.3 is now being tested on “two ‘new’ testnets that do not have a block history like testnet” or “a simulation of multi-node-version blocks on the chain,” according to Dean.

Dean said he doesn’t like how the Vasil hard fork is “rushing.” The Cardano network was on the verge of colliding with a “nuclear rock,” he continued.

He requests that the Charles Hoskinson and Input Output engineering departments apply the proper Disaster Recovering tools as revealed during the testnet launch.

The Cardano Disaster Recovery plan offers a process for mitigating long-lasting global outages or network-wide partitions.

The community’s response to the news of the flaw in the testnet version 1.35.2 has been addressed by Charles Hoskinson.

Hoskinson calls the commotion around upgrading the stake pool operators odd and says that “the code that was an issue on the testnet has been deleted.”

Hoskinson said the community might still want to postpone the Vasil hard fork’s introduction, but he questioned whether it would be worthwhile for Dapp developers to do so.

While others in the Cardano community may not have understood what Hoskinson was saying, he asked them to update their nodes to version 1.35.3.

Vasil, a Cardano update, has had two delays. As a result of the testing, Hoskinson disclosed that three different problems had been found, leading to the creation of three new software versions.

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