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For questions regarding the Stellar Testnet - a small network for testing applications.

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think of them as fixed values. [...] You can look up the current fees by checking the details of the latest ledger. Now if you take a look at a random ledger from today on testnet and mainnet …
answered Feb 12 by sui
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It's pointless to use the KNOWN_PEERS and [HISTORY] configuration for the official common testnet, as no other node will track or serve data from your private network. If you want to join the SDF … official testnet NETWORK_PASSPHRASE="Test SDF Network ; September 2015" If you want to run your own network and it's your first node: Set it to standalone mode Create your own history archive (see …
answered Jun 8 by sui
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You can't. There is no interoperability between different networks.
answered Apr 10 by sui
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new test accounts and it is best practice to automate that. Other than that you may run your own private testnet or standalone node and thus be independent of public testnet resets. …
answered Apr 26 by sui
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The ledger is bit shifted (but I don't know the reason why). 697113 << 32 = 2994077536616448 This is from stellar-core source: getStartingSequenceNumber(LedgerTxnHeader const& header) { return s …
answered Apr 10 by sui
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a) I guess the easiest way should be to run your testnet node in a non persistent ephemeral mode and simply restart the container. b) You could as well open a shell into your container and manually …
answered Apr 25 by sui