I understand that DAppNode should start all the packages for you, but is there a risk of slashing if your internet stops and restarts within the same epoch or within 1-2 epochs?
I’ve seen in several instances in various documentation to wait a few to several epochs before going live to reduce the risk of a slash (ex: when moving validator to a different machine, restoring from a back up, etc).
Is there the same risk of slashing if you’re simply running your validator routinely, you lose connection and return to active status within the same epoch or within 1-2 epochs, and does DAppNode restarting packages consider this risk?
To further prevent slashing when staking from home, wouldn’t it make sense to change internet settings so you don’t automatically reconnect if your internet goes down, rather you have to manually reconnect and then let DAppNode restart packages?
Ex: If your internet went down for only 2-3 minutes and your validator returned to an active state within the same epoch or within a couple epochs, isn’t there risk of slashing?
Wouldn’t it be better for your validator to stay inactive until you manually bring it back to an active state so you can ensure you reduced slashing risk by waiting several epochs?
Sure you’d pay minor penalties for being down, but couldn’t you look at that as paying insurance that you reduce your slashing risk (assuming there is a risk of returning too quickly durning normal / routine validation).
Thank you in advance for your feedback!
I’m still learning and trying to understand how to mitigate risks in testnet before going live on mainnet.