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Seed blocks from 370000 to 380000 are not used #322
#267 is the API connector PR bud...
I'm not sure - I just ran through a full parse with seed block filtering disabled to double check the consensus hashes and they're fine, so the issue must be in the seed blocks for 370K to 380K. Since we both tested with
I've already done the seed blocks for 380K to 390K, but I won't publish them just yet until I figure out where the problem is with the blocks 370K to 380K (I have some scripts running to determine that now) so I can publish a single PR :)
Narrowed it further down to a 200 block range and did a quick compare with 'Chest's DB. 370002 is missing (the first seed block in that range) so it's possible it was a mistake when I was formatting. Running testing now to see if that's the only one.
Side note, kind of lucky I used 'Chest for this, I had to login to AWS to change the firewall rules to access it from where I'm staying and I found I had accidentally left several big (C3.XLarge) instances running from some testing a couple of weeks back - d'oh! If I hadn't seen that it could have got very expensive!
OK, I've finally managed to eek out the problems and update the seed block list for 370,000 to 390,000 such that it passes the checkpoints (which are generated with the seed block filter disabled). I'm going to reformat to clean it up and upload tomorrow (time for a New Years drink or two now hehe)...
One thing that became clear is that I'd like to revisit and get #226 in to the code, as it'll make debugging things like this much easier (FYI the problem was a change issuer transaction was missed earlier in the block list and it wasn't until a grant was attempted from the new issuer address that consensus hashing picked up the difference which obviously threw off my troubleshooting as the problem wasn't actually at the block where the consensus hashes differed).
Happy new year dude!