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September 18, 2014, 05:43:58 AM
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It is done correctly if ure using git on windows.

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September 18, 2014, 05:49:55 AM
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It is done correctly if ure using git on windows.

Ahh ok, I only just changed over to using the python version from git. I did see that but have yet to test Wink thanks for confirming!

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September 18, 2014, 10:24:52 AM
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请使用正确的难度。
P2POOL,这15天效率很低,
原因:中国矿工约有1.5PH/S,使用了超大的难度(+5120或者更多),
我们及时的更改了错误,目前全部使用大约是难度比例1:1。
P2POOL这些天低效率,我们表示抱歉。
但是我们认识到了最好的难度选择是:选择和矿机算力相等的难度。
当前我们的蚂蚁S3+518(+512,S3不显示BestShare),
1TH/S+1028,

S3+518,平均5秒一个Accepted。

S3+5120,大部分计算都超时,被服务器拒绝,能挖到的Share,但是很难产生块。

希望这些数据能帮助到更多的P2POOL矿工,

使用正确的难度选择。

来自中国的P2POOL爱好者。

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Please use the correct difficulty.
P2POOL, this 15 days the efficiency is very low,
Reason: the Chinese miners about 1.5PH/S, using the large difficulty (+5120 or more),
We amend the wrong, all currently used is about difficulty ratio 1:1.
P2POOL these days and low efficiency, we apologize.
But we recognize the difficulty of selecting the best: the selection and calculation of force is equal to the difficulty of mining machine.
Our current ant S3+518 (+512, S3 does not display the BestShare),
1TH/S+1028,
S3+518, an average of 5 seconds for a Accepted.
S3+5120, most computing timeout, was rejected by the server, can dig into Share, but it is difficult to produce block.
Hope that these data will help to more P2POOL miners,
The use of the difficulty of choosing the right.
From Chinese P2POOL lovers.
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September 18, 2014, 11:04:13 AM
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Holy Moly!! That's a monster share my man - a true block solver!  Cheesy Cheesy

Thanks for the advice - greetings to China  Wink

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September 18, 2014, 11:49:43 AM
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Holy Moly!! That's a monster share my man - a true block solver!  Cheesy Cheesy

It's barely big enough!  Next increase and it'll be too small!

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September 18, 2014, 12:54:27 PM
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Holy Moly!! That's a monster share my man - a true block solver!  Cheesy Cheesy

Thanks for the advice - greetings to China  Wink

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September 18, 2014, 12:57:35 PM
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Is it better to run your own node or use a public one? When using a pubic one does it matter which one you use? Also, with an S3+ do I need to change the diff?
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September 18, 2014, 01:02:05 PM
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Is it better to run your own node or use a public one? When using a pubic one does it matter which one you use? Also, with an S3+ do I need to change the diff?


p2pool was intended to be run locally, it is almost always better to run your own node.

If you want to try the pool out, try to find a node close to you.

Ours is US East coast: http://minefast.coincadence.com

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September 18, 2014, 01:59:06 PM
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Is it better to run your own node or use a public one? When using a pubic one does it matter which one you use? Also, with an S3+ do I need to change the diff?

As windpath stated, it's always recommended to run your own local node; however, it's not always possible to do so.  There are plenty of publicly available nodes to which you can point your miners, windpath's certainly being one of the best in my opinion.  It doesn't matter which node you end up using, but you should try to find one that has been up and running for a while, has a good ping time from your location and has a low number of dead/orphan shares.

No, you don't need to change the diff using an S3+.  The node on which you are mining will dynamically assign your miner a difficulty based upon the node's hash rate.  If you look a few posts up, you'll see our Chinese friends have posted some screenshots of their settings.  By the way, congrats to them on finding that block!

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September 18, 2014, 02:03:31 PM
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Is it better to run your own node or use a public one? When using a pubic one does it matter which one you use? Also, with an S3+ do I need to change the diff?


p2pool was intended to be run locally, it is almost always better to run your own node.

If you want to try the pool out, try to find a node close to you.

Ours is US East coast: http://minefast.coincadence.com

Is the front end you are running on your node available to us to use on our own nodes? thx
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September 18, 2014, 03:12:59 PM
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Is it better to run your own node or use a public one? When using a pubic one does it matter which one you use? Also, with an S3+ do I need to change the diff?


p2pool was intended to be run locally, it is almost always better to run your own node.

If you want to try the pool out, try to find a node close to you.

Ours is US East coast: http://minefast.coincadence.com

Is the front end you are running on your node available to us to use on our own nodes? thx

It is not, yet. We are working on a open source version that will be available in October.

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September 18, 2014, 05:20:29 PM
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Is there a reason why I would lose all of my incoming peers? I still have 6 going out, internet connectivity and was able to get another share after the peers were lost. I had 10 prior to this morning. I am running the current P2P version, 13.4-52-g8cffc88, and also running the C++ relay client (which should not have an effect but provided as FYI).
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September 18, 2014, 06:42:30 PM
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Is there a reason why I would lose all of my incoming peers? I still have 6 going out, internet connectivity and was able to get another share after the peers were lost. I had 10 prior to this morning. I am running the current P2P version, 13.4-52-g8cffc88, and also running the C++ relay client (which should not have an effect but provided as FYI).

Did you restart p2pool? If so all your peers will reset.

If not then perhaps something (new) is blocking inbound traffic on port 9332?


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September 18, 2014, 06:47:06 PM
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New P2Pool.org Launched.

The new information site p2pool.org is now live.

Please consider this a start, there is much more to come Smiley



The bulk of the content is in the "Learn & Participate" section.

I welcome any contributions, suggestions, feedback, found typos, etc...

Enjoy.

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September 18, 2014, 07:20:42 PM
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Is there a reason why I would lose all of my incoming peers? I still have 6 going out, internet connectivity and was able to get another share after the peers were lost. I had 10 prior to this morning. I am running the current P2P version, 13.4-52-g8cffc88, and also running the C++ relay client (which should not have an effect but provided as FYI).

Did you restart p2pool? If so all your peers will reset.

If not then perhaps something (new) is blocking inbound traffic on port 9332?



No restart, I did get one back then he dropped. I guess I need to check the router logs when I get home to see what other traffic maybe going on.
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September 18, 2014, 08:21:00 PM
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It looks nice. Finally the p2pool.org domain and it's a visually appealing webpage.

Why not https though?
Why need it?  There's no login functionaltiy, so no usernames or passwords to be transmitted in clear text, there's no purchasing or financial data, it's just an informational website.  No need to spend the several hundred bucks on an SSL certificate when you don't need to.
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September 18, 2014, 08:23:56 PM
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New P2Pool.org Launched.

The new information site p2pool.org is now live.

Please consider this a start, there is much more to come Smiley

The bulk of the content is in the "Learn & Participate" section.

I welcome any contributions, suggestions, feedback, found typos, etc...

Enjoy.
Nice!

One comment tho - the yellow on white is a little hard to read, not exactly very easy on the eyes.  I'd either make the background a light grey or something to be able to better contrast the yellow, or change the yellow text to something with a little more contrast - dark grey, dark blue, etc.

Edit - OK, two comments...

The 3 areas you can go to from the main "learn and participate" page - when you follow the links, I don't think they're very intuitive on how to navigate.  The "X" at the top right doesn't really stand out as the way to get back to where you were.  If you don't see that (I didn't really notice it on my first try), and you hit back in your browser, it doesn't take you back to the main p2pool.org page, it goes to your last absolute browser page, which for me in chrome is my start page.

I would make a suggestion to either 1) carry the main p2ool page header onto those pages as well so you can easily go back to any of the others or 2) make the page a true "pop-out" or "floater" page where it is or looks like it's in its own box, with the "x" displayed in the top right corner of the box in a bubble (like you see on many other sites) so you can close out that page and return to the main page you were previously looking at.  Or, maybe to start you could move the yellow "nav button bar" from the bottom of the page, and put that in place of that large "X" in the top right.  At least people will see that immediately and then can clik on that, rather than have to scroll down to see it, it might not be normally displayed unless you're on an uber-large resolution setting.

Edit #2 - Ok, one more comment... Wink

The main page, at the bottom, you have a spot for a sponsored advertisement.  Depending on the size of the browser window it gets cut off at the bottom and you can't see the whole area.  I'm at 1900x1200 and my browser window is usually somewhere around 1400x900 resolution size, so decently large, but not full screen.  You have to scroll down to see it all, so if you really want that space to be useful I think you're going to have to float it somewhere in the main image area, or maybe make it a top- or side-mounted ad space bar.

I think I'm done now... really... I hope....
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September 18, 2014, 08:45:21 PM
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New P2Pool.org Launched.

The new information site p2pool.org is now live.

Please consider this a start, there is much more to come Smiley

The bulk of the content is in the "Learn & Participate" section.

I welcome any contributions, suggestions, feedback, found typos, etc...

Enjoy.
Nice!

One comment tho - the yellow on white is a little hard to read, not exactly very easy on the eyes.  I'd either make the background a light grey or something to be able to better contrast the yellow, or change the yellow text to something with a little more contrast - dark grey, dark blue, etc.

Edit - OK, two comments...

The 3 areas you can go to from the main "learn and participate" page - when you follow the links, I don't think they're very intuitive on how to navigate.  The "X" at the top right doesn't really stand out as the way to get back to where you were.  If you don't see that (I didn't really notice it on my first try), and you hit back in your browser, it doesn't take you back to the main p2pool.org page, it goes to your last absolute browser page, which for me in chrome is my start page.

I would make a suggestion to either 1) carry the main p2ool page header onto those pages as well so you can easily go back to any of the others or 2) make the page a true "pop-out" or "floater" page where it is or looks like it's in its own box, with the "x" displayed in the top right corner of the box in a bubble (like you see on many other sites) so you can close out that page and return to the main page you were previously looking at.  Or, maybe to start you could move the yellow "nav button bar" from the bottom of the page, and put that in place of that large "X" in the top right.  At least people will see that immediately and then can clik on that, rather than have to scroll down to see it, it might not be normally displayed unless you're on an uber-large resolution setting.

Edit #2 - Ok, one more comment... Wink

The main page, at the bottom, you have a spot for a sponsored advertisement.  Depending on the size of the browser window it gets cut off at the bottom and you can't see the whole area.  I'm at 1900x1200 and my browser window is usually somewhere around 1400x900 resolution size, so decently large, but not full screen.  You have to scroll down to see it all, so if you really want that space to be useful I think you're going to have to float it somewhere in the main image area, or maybe make it a top- or side-mounted ad space bar.

I think I'm done now... really... I hope....


Thanks for all the feedback Smiley

I plan to make individual pages for the 4 parts of Learn and Participate section, the modals were an attempt to keep it all on 1 page for ease of maintenance, but I agree with you and think they need to be on individual pages...

I'll play around with the link coloring.

I tried (maybe to hard) to keep the ad unobtrusive, I'll revisit its location as the site grows...


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September 18, 2014, 09:39:14 PM
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I tried (maybe to hard) to keep the ad unobtrusive, I'll revisit its location as the site grows...
Heh, unobtrusive is one thing, not being able to see it is another.... Cheesy

Ads can be annoying, but on the other hand, they serve a very useful purpose both for the advertiser and the receiver.  If I were "paying" for that spot, I'd certainly want to be able to have it seen easily.

No worries tho, there's probably enough time to play around with it and come to a good solution.
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September 18, 2014, 10:06:45 PM
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I'm having some questions about P2Pool mining, I'm mining on http://elizium.name node with 2 Antminer S3+'s, at about 920GH/s.
But I've been mining for 12+ hours now, and I still have nothing. I added after my payout address "+518" but still nothing.
Is this normal or...?

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