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What steps should be taken to safely upgrade a baker after a new protocol update
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In principle the node doesn't need to be updated, it is capable of receiving a new protocol 004, compile it and use it to validate blocks produced by protocol 004. In practice it is a good idea to ...

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When does roll counts update for voting?
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From here: The stake of each delegate is computed at the beginning of each voting period. If a voting period starts at cycle n, your rolls are counted at the very end of cycle n-1 and that value ...

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Can /context/constants change apart from a protocol change?
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No it is not. Constants are set in the genesis block and then changed only by amendments. They are stored in the context, which is the state passed to and returned by the protocol when it validates a ...

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How to fix "Error: Delegation forbidden" from an originated address?
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No, once you register an address as a delegate it's not possible to un-register it or change its delegation. Hopefully this will change in the future.

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tezos-node syncing failed: "Json_encoding.construct: consequence of bad union"
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Hello and thanks for reporting this. It looks like it deserves an issue on the Tezos' gitlab https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos/-/issues. In the meantime you could try to reproduce the error with version ...

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double_baking_evidence and double_endorsement_evidence
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I case of double_baking, half of the deposits and fees of the offender is burnt and the other half is given to the baker that includes the double_baking operation as reward for this cycle. The rewards ...

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