, 2022-11-07 10:05:33,
Solana is one of the trending blockchains. It emerged to offer similar operations as Ethereum while improving on some of its faults. The notable feature of SOL is its fast processing capacity, as the network claims to process over 65.000 transactions per second. Also, it offers high scalability, among other functionalities.
Throughout this year, Solana displayed several reliability issues and outages. The network has suffered up to 10 partial or complete outages in 2022 and some slow block times.
Anatoly Yakovenko, the co-founder of Solana, has reacted to the reliability issues of the blockchain. The co-founder spoke during the Breakpoint 2022 annual conference in Lisbon, Portugal.
Yakovenko highlighted Solana’s past and future regarding the recent difficulties of the blockchain. He noted that the issues over the past year have been on the reliability of the blockchain.
Solana Suffered Several Partial And Full Outages
According to the blockchain status reporting, SOL has suffered about ten partial or complete outages. The prominent issue occurred between January 6 to 12, 2022, as it witnessed partial outages and degraded performance lasting 8-18 hours. The recent problem on the network, called a ‘major outage,’ was on October 1 and lasted for 6 hours.
Also, the reliability report indicated that the blockchain suffered from a clock drift between late May and the beginning of June. This manifested through the network having longer than…
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