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August 18, 2015, 06:55:18 PM
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Hi All

Using this - http://nodes.p2pool.co/

It comes up with the most efficient nodes, do i simply just direct my miners to the top three results regardless of the amount of miners on that node/hashrate speed of it ?

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Mine comes up with -



Thanks

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August 18, 2015, 07:35:28 PM
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if you can, use more than 3 ... Grin
if you can, use you're proper local P2Pool node (with complet Bitcoin Core in server mode) ...  Cheesy

if you have more than 1TH/s ... you can buy a recycled laptop to host an P2Pool node/Bitcoin Core server.
It's only 12ko/s of Upload.
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August 18, 2015, 08:06:25 PM
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Ideally you run your own node, local to the miners. 

If that's not feasible, then nodes.p2pool.co offers up a decent list - but it also doesn't take every node into account.  For example, OgNasty runs his p2pool node in Germany.  I'm surprised it isn't on the list.  Also, my own node doesn't ever show up on the list.  I figure the nodes that don't show up are probably because we've set strict rules about what traffic we allow to reach the server.

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August 18, 2015, 09:11:09 PM
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if you can, use more than 3 ... Grin
if you can, use you're proper local P2Pool node (with complet Bitcoin Core in server mode) ...  Cheesy

if you have more than 1TH/s ... you can buy a recycled laptop to host an P2Pool node/Bitcoin Core server.
It's only 12ko/s of Upload.

Lol, i meant 3 as in main and failovers, i have about 17 Th.

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August 18, 2015, 09:39:08 PM
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i use 5-6 when i test nodes of P2Pool (before really start my P2Pool node).
don't count on 1 node, it's madeness ... black hole on timing is hell.

sometimes, BFGminer switch every minute because nodes have lag to answer at time.

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install an alone P2Pool node on a local machine, more stable than a remoted node.
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August 19, 2015, 08:40:28 AM
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Ideally you run your own node, local to the miners. 

If that's not feasible, then nodes.p2pool.co offers up a decent list - but it also doesn't take every node into account.  For example, OgNasty runs his p2pool node in Germany.  I'm surprised it isn't on the list.  Also, my own node doesn't ever show up on the list.  I figure the nodes that don't show up are probably because we've set strict rules about what traffic we allow to reach the server.

Do you have a link to Ognastys node page  ? Can i ping it to find how close it it ??

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August 19, 2015, 08:47:27 AM
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i use 5-6 when i test nodes of P2Pool (before really start my P2Pool node).
don't count on 1 node, it's madeness ... black hole on timing is hell.

sometimes, BFGminer switch every minute because nodes have lag to answer at time.

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install an alone P2Pool node on a local machine, more stable than a remoted node.

Think that's way over my head mate !!!! I have a spare PC that runs constant 24hr, but would not have a clue......

I have always used remote nodes and http://europe.p2pool.co/static/ has BEEN brill for months with around 120% above average mining power and payouts always above the 0.3-0.5 BTC mark......

He has done something to the 'set up' and payouts are tiny 0.0XXXX ? Miner power down to 80% !!!! and DOA 20% (was 0-1%) Huh?

I also use his backup pool - http://backup.p2pool.co:9332/static/ and EVERY it has switched to this i LOOSE all predicted BTC which has NEVER happened before.....

I need to sort something out as this has been happening since the start of the month and i have emailed him and he did say he made changes then.....

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August 19, 2015, 01:28:49 PM
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If you've got a spare PC you can run your own p2pool node.  Or, you could try out OgNasty's node (it's in Germany): nastyfans.org.

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August 19, 2015, 04:22:58 PM
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He has done something to the 'set up' and payouts are tiny 0.0XXXX ? Miner power down to 80% !!!! and DOA 20% (was 0-1%) Huh?


I see they are using the XT client - maybe that's got something to do with it?

Not sure what the message "We support the community and so we are now running the latest version of bitcoin XT. Please point your miners only to nodes running Bitcoin XT." on his website means exactly, does that mean I no longer support the community then?  Cheesy Cheesy

Edit: I'd better remove him from my backup list then......
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August 20, 2015, 01:20:39 PM
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Looks like the pool is closing!!! http://europe.p2pool.co/static/

If i start switching my miners to a newer more effiecient remote node near me will i lose my 'predicted payout' which is currently around 0.17 BTC ?

Cheers

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August 20, 2015, 01:27:26 PM
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Looks like the pool is closing!!! http://europe.p2pool.co/static/

If i start switching my miners to a newer more effiecient remote node near me will i lose my 'predicted payout' which is currently around 0.17 BTC ?

Cheers

No, as long as you use the same BTC address it will transfer to the new node  Wink
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August 20, 2015, 01:28:52 PM
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Looks like the pool is closing!!! http://europe.p2pool.co/static/

If i start switching my miners to a newer more effiecient remote node near me will i lose my 'predicted payout' which is currently around 0.17 BTC ?

Cheers
Absolutely not, and that's the benefit and decentralized nature of p2pool.  You can move from your node, to my node to any other node anywhere on the planet and never lose your work.

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August 21, 2015, 10:13:02 AM
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Looks like the pool is closing!!! http://europe.p2pool.co/static/

If i start switching my miners to a newer more effiecient remote node near me will i lose my 'predicted payout' which is currently around 0.17 BTC ?

Cheers
Absolutely not, and that's the benefit and decentralized nature of p2pool.  You can move from your node, to my node to any other node anywhere on the planet and never lose your work.

Cheers switched them and finally after weeks i have had a decent payout off 0.259 !!!! Instead off pool off/on,losing payouts or getting 0.06 etc everytime....

He has closed his pools now....

Cheers guys,back on track,just hope BTC price rises !!!

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July 03, 2016, 07:15:39 PM
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"No, as long as you use the same BTC address it will transfer to the new node  Wink"

"Absolutely not, and that's the benefit and decentralized nature of p2pool.  You can move from your node, to my node to any other node anywhere on the planet and never lose your work."

So why the predicted payout from http://elizium.name:9332/ e different from the
 http://minefast.coincadence.com:9332/static/ node ?  Huh Huh Huh
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