Introducing XRP Ledger version 1.9.3
Version 1.9.3 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release corrects a technical flaw that could cause servers to incorrectly process stored amendment votes during startup and fixes a minor issue with with copy constructor of
If you run an XRP Ledger validator, you can upgrade to 1.9.3 to load your amendment votes appropriately. Since this release does not introduce any new amendments or fix any security-sensitive bugs, you can safely continue to use version 1.9.2 on XRP Ledger networks if you do not configure explicit amendment votes.
If you are using version 1.9.1 or earlier, you must upgrade to 1.9.2 or later as soon as possible, to ensure service continuity. The fixNFTokenNegOffer and NonFungibleTokensV1_1 amendments that were introduced in 1.9.2 are open for voting and may become enabled two weeks after they gain support from a supermajority of validators according to the XRP Ledger's amendment process.
Install / Upgrade
On supported platforms, see the instructions on installing or updating
|RPM for Red Hat / CentOS (x86-64)||
|DEB for Ubuntu / Debian (x86-64)||
For other platforms, please build from source. The most recent commit in the git log should be the change setting the version:
commit 47dec467ea659c1b64c7b5f4eb8a1bfa9759ff91 Author: Nik Bougalis <[email protected]> Date: Fri Aug 19 14:40:53 2022 -0700 Set version to 1.9.3
This releases contains the following bug fixes:
- Change by-value to by-reference to persist vote: A minor technical flaw, caused by use of a copy instead of a reference, resulted in operator-configured "yes" votes to not be properly loaded after a restart. (#4256)
- Properly handle self-assignment of PublicKey: The
PublicKeycopy assignment operator mishandled the case where a
PublicKeywould be assigned to itself, and could result in undefined behavior.
The public source code repository for
rippled is hosted on GitHub at https://github.com/XRPLF/rippled.
We welcome contributions, big and small, and invite everyone to join the community of XRP Ledger developers and help us build the Internet of Value.
The following people contributed directly to this release:
- Howard Hinnant [email protected]
- Crypto Brad Garlinghouse [email protected]
- Wo Jake [email protected]