What's the best way for a baker that has around 20-50 blocks every cycle to bootstrap with a fresh copy of the chain? Apart from making sure the baker does not bootstrap when block rights are upcoming, I'm looking for best practices to ensure last cycle nonces are able to be revealed.
The use case is baker has been running since Octez 13 without bootstrapping. Now baker wants to bootstrap when updating to Octez 16.1. The baker is not migrating to a new server and not reinstalling from scrach. The contents of ~/.tezos-client will remain the same.
Is the best method to make sure nonces are not lost to bootstrap with a snapshot that's at least 5-6 days old?