Voting Configuration Settings#
voting configuration is an important part of the system, allowing a node to propose changes to the network or vote on existing proposals. This can include soft-forks or the deactivation of specific rules.
Rules to Disable#
"rulesToDisable" = 
For example, if you want to propose the deactivation of the storage fee factor, you would list its ID here.
Voting on Soft-Fork#
To propose or vote on a soft-fork, the protocolVersion must be increased by one in a block header. Once this is done, the node will automatically propose a soft-fork (at the beginning of an epoch) or vote for it.
As an example, suppose you want to vote on changing the target value for storage fee factor (ID: 1) to 1000000, you would use the following configuration:
1 = 1000000
Setting any non-zero value will vote for the soft-fork, while setting it to zero votes against it. For instance, to vote against a proposed change with ID 120, you would set:
120 = 0
voting configurations allow for flexible network changes, promoting adaptability in the blockchain's operation as conditions or requirements change over time.