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The top-level component for a node.

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No - as it would also opens a web of security issues, including deficiencies of accounting model - also, it enables a possibility to DDoS network for a small duration. *Correction: Apparently you can …
answered Jun 20 '21 by RdLrT
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Given that you're looking for what node (likely you mean protocol) does, the code you're looking for is distributed across repositories. You can find the source code for interaction with node (API) he …
answered Jun 29 '21 by RdLrT
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You're not using the release version, which - for 1.27.0 (current mainnet) - is 8fe46140a52810b6ca456be01d652ca08fe730bf. Using commits later than current stable release should only be done if you're …
answered Jul 3 '21 by RdLrT
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There is a high likelyhood that you run out of memory when running that query, as it involves querying subset of ledger, which can cause a spike to your memory usage (if it is marginal to minimum reco …
answered Jun 18 '21 by RdLrT