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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2032636 times)
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August 17, 2014, 04:52:20 PM
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I'm using default.  Looks like 196.  I'm going to sell it after Bitmain gets around to sending me a replacement powerboard, so I'm not going to overclock it.

Luck evens out ... makes up for the sucky time when I was using it.  Sad

I'm sticking with Eligius until I can get some S3s on board.

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Right, I believe I got ~1100Gh/s using my settings on a centralized pool, but pointed it at my p2pool node about 3 weeks ago figuring the loss in hash rate was worth it for the better payouts - it was a bit of a gamble that seems to have paid off recently  Smiley

Then that's about right.  You lose 150GH/s by using p2pool with a queue of 0.  So do I.

The payouts on p2pool aren't better.  Apples to apples, it'll pay out the same.

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August 17, 2014, 05:08:31 PM
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OMG!

Why not P2POOL! Angry
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August 17, 2014, 05:14:43 PM
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we had one once, would love another Smiley

https://blockchain.info/block-height/273640

Block Reward    25 BTC
Transaction Fees    20.20170295 BTC

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August 17, 2014, 05:20:32 PM
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we had one once, would love another Smiley

https://blockchain.info/block-height/273640

Block Reward    25 BTC
Transaction Fees    20.20170295 BTC

 I also  Cheesy Cheesy
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August 17, 2014, 05:33:44 PM
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Remember when block reward was 50?

Those were the daze...... Cheesy Cheesy

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August 17, 2014, 08:25:02 PM
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OMG!

Why not P2POOL! Angry
Sure looks like somebody screwed up and put things in the wrong place:

Whoever did it must be kicking themselves right now.

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August 17, 2014, 11:24:06 PM
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And there it is... Share difficulty breached 10M.

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August 18, 2014, 12:21:06 AM
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OMG!

Why not P2POOL! Angry
Sure looks like somebody screwed up and put things in the wrong place:

Whoever did it must be kicking themselves right now.

Phaw Shocked
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August 18, 2014, 12:24:14 AM
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I see, so those S2 users also experience reduced GHs from 1100 to 900 for mining in p2pool??? i was wondering whether my Cointerra running ar 1320ghs instead of the normal 1600ghs a normal situation.

Anyone out there on p2pool also using Cointerra who can confirm plx Huh Undecided
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August 18, 2014, 12:51:36 AM
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OMG!

Why not P2POOL! Angry
Sure looks like somebody screwed up and put things in the wrong place:

Whoever did it must be kicking themselves right now.

Phaw Shocked

Forgive me guys... I dont understand? (please)

Also now that we have moved to the 9M range I have been getting more shares and almost no orphans or dead...?
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August 18, 2014, 01:15:17 AM
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OMG!

Why not P2POOL! Angry
Sure looks like somebody screwed up and put things in the wrong place:

Whoever did it must be kicking themselves right now.

Phaw Shocked

Forgive me guys... I dont understand? (please)

Also now that we have moved to the 9M range I have been getting more shares and almost no orphans or dead...?

1) he paid 27BTC in fees.  He should have only paid 0.0001BTC for a transaction of that size.
2) you're having a streak of good luck.

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August 18, 2014, 01:38:38 AM
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 Cry sad still no one can answer my question why that my Cointerra are only mining at 1320 GH/s instead of 1600 GH/s ...... SOS SOS SOS


Anyway... another question please to my big brothers:

I am new to p2pool, so not sure about how the share system works.  How long will a share be paid?  I mean how the the PPLNS system works in p2pool.  I've heard someone once said the shares are paid for 3 days after it was found.  Is that the case?  Or are shares only paid the immediate next block?

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August 18, 2014, 01:48:29 AM
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Cry sad still no one can answer my question why that my Cointerra are only mining at 1320 GH/s instead of 1600 GH/s ...... SOS SOS SOS


Anyway... another question please to my big brothers:

I am new to p2pool, so not sure about how the share system works.  How long will a share be paid?  I mean how the the PPLNS system works in p2pool.  I've heard someone once said the shares are paid for 3 days after it was found.  Is that the case?  Or are shares only paid the immediate next block?



Oh and further, can someone teach me how to set the donation % on my node please?  I see it's 1% by default.
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August 18, 2014, 01:55:13 AM
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Cry sad still no one can answer my question why that my Cointerra are only mining at 1320 GH/s instead of 1600 GH/s ...... SOS SOS SOS
You're complaining about no answer after only an hour between posts?  Sheesh.

Any way, to answer your question, my terraminers are also running around 1.3TH/s, where on BTCGuild they used to run at 1.6.  Is that due to P2Pool?  Possibly, but I haven't really wanted to switch back over to test the theory.  Could also be due to them starting to overheat, as Terraminers are known to do.  I haven't had time to re-do the thermal paste to see on that either.

As for your share question, read the past 3-5 pages (I think, maybe more) and you should get your answers, that topic was recently covered.
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August 18, 2014, 02:05:30 AM
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p2pool.py --give-author 0
or whatever percentage

Cry sad still no one can answer my question why that my Cointerra are only mining at 1320 GH/s instead of 1600 GH/s ...... SOS SOS SOS


Anyway... another question please to my big brothers:

I am new to p2pool, so not sure about how the share system works.  How long will a share be paid?  I mean how the the PPLNS system works in p2pool.  I've heard someone once said the shares are paid for 3 days after it was found.  Is that the case?  Or are shares only paid the immediate next block?



Oh and further, can someone teach me how to set the donation % on my node please?  I see it's 1% by default.

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August 18, 2014, 02:20:05 AM
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Cry sad still no one can answer my question why that my Cointerra are only mining at 1320 GH/s instead of 1600 GH/s ...... SOS SOS SOS


Anyway... another question please to my big brothers:

I am new to p2pool, so not sure about how the share system works.  How long will a share be paid?  I mean how the the PPLNS system works in p2pool.  I've heard someone once said the shares are paid for 3 days after it was found.  Is that the case?  Or are shares only paid the immediate next block?

Have never mined with Cointera gear so cant help you there.

The p2pool share chain is very similar to the bitcoin blockchain with 2 major exceptions:

1. Bitcoin blocks are expected to found every 10 minutes, in p2pool a share is expected to be found every 30 seconds
2. Unlike bitcoin, p2pool nodes do not know the entire chain, they know only the last 8,640 shares (about 3 days)

Any miner with a valid share in the active p2pool share chain is paid when a block is found by the pool, hence the statement "the shares are paid for three days after its found"...


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August 18, 2014, 02:31:37 AM
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Cry sad still no one can answer my question why that my Cointerra are only mining at 1320 GH/s instead of 1600 GH/s ...... SOS SOS SOS


Anyway... another question please to my big brothers:

I am new to p2pool, so not sure about how the share system works.  How long will a share be paid?  I mean how the the PPLNS system works in p2pool.  I've heard someone once said the shares are paid for 3 days after it was found.  Is that the case?  Or are shares only paid the immediate next block?



Have you tried plugging the hashing boards to your desktop through usb. That way you can use mainline cgminer
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August 18, 2014, 03:38:50 AM
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OMG!

Why not P2POOL! Angry
Sure looks like somebody screwed up and put things in the wrong place:

Whoever did it must be kicking themselves right now.

Phaw Shocked

Forgive me guys... I dont understand? (please)

Also now that we have moved to the 9M range I have been getting more shares and almost no orphans or dead...?

1) he paid 27BTC in fees.  He should have only paid 0.0001BTC for a transaction of that size.
2) you're having a streak of good luck.

Well Son Of A Bitch.... Its about time for some good luck!
Thanks so much for your answers!!!!!!
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August 18, 2014, 03:51:46 AM
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Cry sad still no one can answer my question why that my Cointerra are only mining at 1320 GH/s instead of 1600 GH/s ...... SOS SOS SOS
You're complaining about no answer after only an hour between posts?  Sheesh.

Any way, to answer your question, my terraminers are also running around 1.3TH/s, where on BTCGuild they used to run at 1.6.  Is that due to P2Pool?  Possibly, but I haven't really wanted to switch back over to test the theory.  Could also be due to them starting to overheat, as Terraminers are known to do.  I haven't had time to re-do the thermal paste to see on that either.

As for your share question, read the past 3-5 pages (I think, maybe more) and you should get your answers, that topic was recently covered.

Thanks buddy  Wink

I repeat my question again and again only to get attention.  If the message is left behind for like several post, it's not gonna be noticed and answered Smiley

Great to know that there's someone also out there same as me using Terraminer on p2pool, and share the same problem.  I am pretty sure it's not due to the heat problem, cause I do switch back to CEX and the hash returns.  Also, I have applied Liquid Pro to my miners, and the heat problem is pretty much under control.

It is thus likely due to the compatibility between Terraminer and P2Pool.  The only thing is, whether the "reduced speed" is only an apparent reduction on the monitor, or an actual reduction...

I am sure there are more out there using Terraminers on P2Pool... would be grateful if we could share the tech on how to properly set them up with the node, or set the node to suit them...


I really love the P2Pool network, and will be pumping 20TH/s to support it once I've got the tech problem solved.
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August 18, 2014, 06:17:43 AM
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I have finally found the "potential" problem with my miners. It should be because the difficulty the p2pool giving my miner is too low.

There's a feature in p2pool about setting difficulty: [username]/[pool difficulty]+[local difficulty]

Should I be setting these??? If so, what value should i give for a 1600GH/s Terraminer?
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