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June 01, 2011, 12:15:00 PM
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Anyone having problems where pushpool looks like it starts up but when you try to killall pushpoold it returns that there is no process running?
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June 01, 2011, 01:19:09 PM
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Anyone having problems where pushpool looks like it starts up but when you try to killall pushpoold it returns that there is no process running?
Did you activate all the debug options ? (--foreground --debug=2 --stderr)

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June 01, 2011, 03:05:49 PM
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Xenland, killall pushpool hasn't worked for me at all.
do
ps aux |grep pushpool
That gives you the PID, then
kill PID
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June 01, 2011, 03:06:55 PM
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Xenland, killall pushpool hasn't worked for me at all.
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ps aux |grep pushpool
That gives you the PID, then
kill PID

Or alternatively you can check the PID file that's configured in the config file

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June 01, 2011, 11:44:17 PM
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Thanks mates, I've attempted both methods no luck, they both report that no process is running, this is on my VPS server. Its like pushpoold dosn't want to listen or somthing, even those it reports with "-E -F", that it is listening on

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[1306972353.648004] Listening on host :: port 8342
[1306972353.648205] Listening on host :: port 8341
[1306972353.648310] Listening on host :: port 8344
[1306972353.648407] Listening on host 127.0.0.1 port 8338

Did everyone go with the default IP addreses for the RPC HTTP Json protocal? or did you set  your external IP. first time installing this on a VPS
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June 02, 2011, 12:14:15 AM
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One possibility is that memchached is disabled on your XEN VPS. Apparently it screws with I/O performance.

That said, I have it off on my vps pool.
Just comment it out of your config, and stop the memcached service.

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June 02, 2011, 01:05:07 AM
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bitcoind should be configured on 127.0.0.1
pushpool should be configured on your exteral IP address.
make sure you don't assign the same ports. If a port is already it use by other program, the 2nd program usually fails to load at all.

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June 02, 2011, 01:11:38 AM
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Thanks mates! I pinpointed to problem was that pushpool didn't have proper permissions to the /tmp folder which I guess was not letting it do something with what ever the tmp folder is for.
None the less, I did the following under root

I'm not quite sure of the dangers of letting the pushpool running rampant on the /tmp folder so any confirms would be awesome on if this is actually safe to do
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sudo chown -R pushpool:pushpool /tmp
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June 02, 2011, 02:07:17 AM
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I'm not quite sure of the dangers of letting the pushpool running rampant on the /tmp folder so any confirms would be awesome on if this is actually safe to do
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sudo chown -R pushpool:pushpool /tmp

Yeah you really don't want to do that.

Create a 'pushpool' user on your system, and update all the paths in your config file to /home/pushpool/...

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June 02, 2011, 02:22:49 AM
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thankx xf2_org, I figured such
Anybody else notice the high-load for MySql requests? do we really need that many, I have pushpoold connected though MySql to another server and that server is slowing down major.

On another note, what is your experience on the server load pushpoold and bitcoind have on your server?
With out anything running I get about 124MB used out of 512MB
once I start pushpoold & bitcoind i get about 224-350mb range; (I don't run mysql or apache2 on this server so those arn't the culprit)

I wonder how much big of a server they need to run slush or deepbit or even chuck-pool.....
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June 02, 2011, 05:53:03 PM
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Hello,

may be it's stupid question: but what about the fees?
will the amount of the reciever be decreased or does to pool pay it?
and how can I calculate the fees for a certain amount?

thank you very much

regards, redshark1802

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June 02, 2011, 08:59:39 PM
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Hello,

may be it's stupid question: but what about the fees?
will the amount of the reciever be decreased or does to pool pay it?
and how can I calculate the fees for a certain amount?

thank you very much

regards, redshark1802

I may or may not understand your question but

Fees are only incurred when sending bitcoins and they are Only not incurred when
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./bitcoind -paytxfee=0
if you don't use the above command when starting bitcoind the server pays for the Tx/Transction fee of the default of 0.01 or 1 bitcent.

I hope that was what you were asking, If not will figure it out
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June 02, 2011, 09:39:01 PM
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Hello,

may be it's stupid question: but what about the fees?
will the amount of the reciever be decreased or does to pool pay it?
and how can I calculate the fees for a certain amount?

thank you very much

regards, redshark1802

I may or may not understand your question but

Fees are only incurred when sending bitcoins and they are Only not incurred when
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./bitcoind -paytxfee=0
if you don't use the above command when starting bitcoind the server pays for the Tx/Transction fee of the default of 0.01 or 1 bitcent.

I hope that was what you were asking, If not will figure it out

Hello,

that was exactly what I asked, thank you and sorry for my bad english :/.
I tried setting it to txfee=0, but after I sent the command I got following transaction details:

 {
        "account" : "",
        "address" : "18k6PoJgcUAqf5WSNyUcMdM4yFnCMtD7ok",
        "category" : "send",
        "amount" : -0.01000000,
        "fee" : -0.01000000,
        "confirmations" : 0,
        "txid" : "c5644552cf1be96040d6a736ca6fa35c2e2a75f703527398da7621083b3f3b9b",
        "time" : 1307049760
    }

Does this mean, as a pool admin you have to pay the transaction fees?
With that in mind, whats the purpose fo running a fee free pool?

Additional, is there any option to compute the transaction fees before the actual transaction?

regards, redshark1802

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June 02, 2011, 11:13:49 PM
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Hello,

may be it's stupid question: but what about the fees?
will the amount of the reciever be decreased or does to pool pay it?
and how can I calculate the fees for a certain amount?

thank you very much

regards, redshark1802

I may or may not understand your question but

Fees are only incurred when sending bitcoins and they are Only not incurred when
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./bitcoind -paytxfee=0
if you don't use the above command when starting bitcoind the server pays for the Tx/Transction fee of the default of 0.01 or 1 bitcent.

I hope that was what you were asking, If not will figure it out

Hello,

that was exactly what I asked, thank you and sorry for my bad english :/.
I tried setting it to txfee=0, but after I sent the command I got following transaction details:

 {
        "account" : "",
        "address" : "18k6PoJgcUAqf5WSNyUcMdM4yFnCMtD7ok",
        "category" : "send",
        "amount" : -0.01000000,
        "fee" : -0.01000000,
        "confirmations" : 0,
        "txid" : "c5644552cf1be96040d6a736ca6fa35c2e2a75f703527398da7621083b3f3b9b",
        "time" : 1307049760
    }

Does this mean, as a pool admin you have to pay the transaction fees?
With that in mind, whats the purpose fo running a fee free pool?

Additional, is there any option to compute the transaction fees before the actual transaction?

regards, redshark1802


Me and you are on the same boat, I want my front-end software to pushpool to have users be able to include a transaction fee or not when cashing out, Unfortunately i can't find such a solution, espically when you are reporting that even seting the tx fee to zero dosen't effect anything. I was told on the IRC chat that the transaction fee is hard-coded into the compiled version of bitcoind so you might have to look through the code and set it to zero your self.
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June 03, 2011, 05:51:34 AM
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Hello,

may be it's stupid question: but what about the fees?
will the amount of the reciever be decreased or does to pool pay it?
and how can I calculate the fees for a certain amount?

thank you very much

regards, redshark1802

I may or may not understand your question but

Fees are only incurred when sending bitcoins and they are Only not incurred when
Quote
./bitcoind -paytxfee=0
if you don't use the above command when starting bitcoind the server pays for the Tx/Transction fee of the default of 0.01 or 1 bitcent.

I hope that was what you were asking, If not will figure it out

Hello,

that was exactly what I asked, thank you and sorry for my bad english :/.
I tried setting it to txfee=0, but after I sent the command I got following transaction details:

 {
        "account" : "",
        "address" : "18k6PoJgcUAqf5WSNyUcMdM4yFnCMtD7ok",
        "category" : "send",
        "amount" : -0.01000000,
        "fee" : -0.01000000,
        "confirmations" : 0,
        "txid" : "c5644552cf1be96040d6a736ca6fa35c2e2a75f703527398da7621083b3f3b9b",
        "time" : 1307049760
    }

Does this mean, as a pool admin you have to pay the transaction fees?
With that in mind, whats the purpose fo running a fee free pool?

Additional, is there any option to compute the transaction fees before the actual transaction?

regards, redshark1802


Me and you are on the same boat, I want my front-end software to pushpool to have users be able to include a transaction fee or not when cashing out, Unfortunately i can't find such a solution, espically when you are reporting that even seting the tx fee to zero dosen't effect anything. I was told on the IRC chat that the transaction fee is hard-coded into the compiled version of bitcoind so you might have to look through the code and set it to zero your self.


I've done some reading.
And as it seems you can change the txfees to 0 with a custom client.
After you've done that, you can put the transcations somehow in the block you eventually mine.

In my opinion, the required payout amount should be adjusted to at least 0.1 in order to reduce a large amount of transactions and thus reducing the number of transcaction and therefore the fees too.

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June 03, 2011, 12:41:35 PM
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Ive managed to get pushpool installed. The log shows that clients connect, although I get the "Problems communicating with the bitcoin RPC" error.

I think it's because the ./bitcoind has not downloaded the block chain yet; It's downloading the block history now.

If its anything else, let me now, otherwise I'll let you know if it works.

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June 03, 2011, 02:35:27 PM
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Ive managed to get pushpool installed. The log shows that clients connect, although I get the "Problems communicating with the bitcoin RPC" error.

I think it's because the ./bitcoind has not downloaded the block chain yet; It's downloading the block history now.

If its anything else, let me now, otherwise I'll let you know if it works.
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June 03, 2011, 02:39:37 PM
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Hi im just setting this up for a few friends but i am stuck on bitcoind and json linking them together.

can someone please paste there bitcoin.conf and json part so i can verify i have it setup correctly.

remove ur username n password to Wink just have random username and pass to show plz.

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June 03, 2011, 03:18:04 PM
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Hi im just setting this up for a few friends
tell them to use an existing pool Smiley

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June 03, 2011, 03:44:46 PM
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they want todo there own

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