This page contains frequently asked questions, common errors and their solutions, as well as tips for troubleshooting.
Yes, Canto has an active validator set consisting of the 100 largest validators sorted by total stake (including self-delegated tokens).
Only validators in the active set are subject to slashing and earn staking rewards.
After sending the
create-validatortransaction, your validator will be automatically added to the active set if/when it has sufficient total stake to be in the top 100 validators.
If your validator was previously in the active set and has been jailed, use the
cantod tx slashing unjailcommand to rejoin the active set.
For newly-created validators, there is some delay before showing up in the active set.
Unless you intend to run a public seed node, you should keep all ports closed. If you leave all incoming ports closed, you will still be able to initiate a connection, but others will not be able to initiate a connection with you.
For those looking to run a public seed node, we recommend a sentry node architecture. This involves closing all ports on the validator and only exposing it to three sentry nodes which are in turn exposed to the internet.
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