A few tips for how to upgrade a Rococo fork

This is ofcourse valid for other runtimes, but we (Pop-Art Relay Testnet) are using a Rococo fork, which doesn’t have pallet_scheduler out the box.

Instead of running the extrinsic:

sudo > setCode(code)

We will be using:

sudo > setCodeWithoutChecks(code)

This will upgrade the runtime without checking the weight.

Use the most compressed wasm available which you will find in: .


That should do the trick!



This is a quick guide to set up an RPC node so that you can interact with your blockchain via a UI such as https://polkadot.js.org/apps.

Here is the command to launch a non-validating, non-archive, full (RPC) node:

Once your node is running, you can interact with it by going to https://polkadot.js.org/apps and clicking the drop down in the top-left corner > development > Local Node and the clicking “Switch” at the top of the screen.

If your ` — ws-port` is not 9944 then instead click Custom and enter the custom port.



Ramsey (Decentration)

Ramsey (Decentration)

Decentralising the web. Stewarding new paradigms. Engineering and product.