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Early final month we launched the OMG Community V1 Testnet on Ropsten. That is the closest setting to the mainnet and given how the month unfolded, we determined to look again at what we’ve discovered.
- Load Examined and Dealt with!
We carried out a load take a look at to see how the community on Ropsten will deal with elevated transactions. We’re comfortable to report that the community confirmed no noticeable indicators of slowing down or malfunctioning throughout testing.
- Satisfying Resilience:
CPU utilization on our clusters was (and nonetheless is) at 5%. This indicators to us that our community can deal with a good bigger quantity of transactions/load with ease.
- A Lot of Transactions:
Over 28,000 transactions had been made on the OMG Community, making the reception of this testnet setting mind-blowing to us. 44 blocks had been created to course of these transactions.
- Ropsten Destabilized:
And we had been one of many first to detect it when blocks 16,000 and 17,000 had been submitted, however not mined. The kid chain tried re-submitting the blocks and our resilience algorithms proved themselves because the blocks had been mined as quickly as Ropsten stabilized.
- Encountered and Mounted a Essential Bug:
Thus fulfilling the aim of a testnet! The bug was present in our root chain plasma-contracts v1.0.3. Consequently, we needed to conduct a tough community improve, which we redeployed on March 12th after simply an hour of downtime.