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Alphanet v3 has been pushed to GitHub and is up and running.
Alphanet v3 is a hardfork, so all previous blockchain data must be discarded. This is a hardfork due to an update to the serialization implementation
Since alphanet coins are worthless and alphanet-v3 is a restart of the blockchain from genesis, you can simply reset you node by running
rm -rf ~/.local/share/neptune/ assuming default configurations. If you want to be a bit more finegrained in what you delete and you want to keep your receiving address see this guide: https://github.com/Neptune-Crypto/neptune-core/#restarting-node-from-the-genesis-block
So, to update, the following commands should do it:
neptune-coregit repo stored. Then:
rm -rf ~/.local/share/neptune/ git pull cargo install --path . RUST_BACKTRACE=1 RUST_LOG='info,tarpc=warn' neptune-core --mine --throttled-mining --peers 18.104.22.168:9798 --peers 22.214.171.124:9798
Please note that you normally do not want to delete your
outgoing_randomness.dat files. Basically, you should normally never delete anything in your