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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2034754 times)
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December 30, 2014, 12:36:42 AM
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If you PM me the results from the "get miner info" button, I'll add formal support for it. Smiley

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December 30, 2014, 03:34:12 PM
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Well, I was hoping to do a report on how the S5 performs with p2pool, but as I'm unable to get a response from Bitmain about where the cgminer config file is located in order to change the --queue setting from 8192 to something a little more civil, it  wouldn't be an accurate test.

I can say that it works, but that's about it. The reject rate is ~4-5% though, which is higher than all my other equipment by ~2-3%. I'm pretty sure that adjusting the queue setting will reduce the stale/DOA rate, but until I can find where it is I can't say for sure.

If anyone finds out, please let me know, Ta.

EDIT: Found it!

Philipma,

Do you know where the cgminer conf file is? I can't find it anywhere - seems to be a different file system to Bitmains usual setup. I want to change the --queue setting, it's set at 8192!!

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      You can modify 'user_setting' file in /config directory to change --queue setting.

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December 31, 2014, 02:14:03 AM
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Ok I have a question.  What are people setting there p2pool max connections for inbound and outbound settings to.  What is a good number that's efficient and one not to give al the work away either.

currently i have 13 peers and 7 inbound.
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December 31, 2014, 03:08:27 AM
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Ok I have a question.  What are people setting there p2pool max connections for inbound and outbound settings to.  What is a good number that's efficient and one not to give al the work away either.

currently i have 13 peers and 7 inbound.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=153232.0 recommends 8 in and 4 out.  The author determined this number based off of the impact of increased bandwidth of more node connections versus the resulting effect on node efficiency. 

Nodes.p2pool.co shows the number of peers of all the public p2pool nodes.

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December 31, 2014, 09:26:55 AM
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hi guys,

how can i be added to the p2pool list such as the ones here : http://nodes.p2pool.co/

my pool is captminerp2pool.ddns.net:9332 this is in malaysia so i hope i can add to the worldwide p2p node expansion.

thx
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December 31, 2014, 11:27:09 AM
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hi guys,

how can i be added to the p2pool list such as the ones here : http://nodes.p2pool.co/

my pool is captminerp2pool.ddns.net:9332 this is in malaysia so i hope i can add to the worldwide p2p node expansion.

thx

I can add you but it might take a day or two.

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December 31, 2014, 12:10:53 PM
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hi guys,

how can i be added to the p2pool list such as the ones here : http://nodes.p2pool.co/

my pool is captminerp2pool.ddns.net:9332 this is in malaysia so i hope i can add to the worldwide p2p node expansion.

thx

I can add you but it might take a day or two.

Thx.  As long i get added to the list to join the gamg.

@patman what pool is that with diff of 1?  If p2p why 1?  Shouldn't it be at default 999.9xxxxxx ?

Also another question but I'm sure it has been brought up before...
what is the or any difference if i point all miners to 1 add or each miner 1 add to be pointed at a p2pool. Either way the diff is still the same at 999.9xxxx except i do sometimes see the worker submitted shares more than once msg.

Thx again
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December 31, 2014, 06:26:33 PM
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hi guys,

how can i be added to the p2pool list such as the ones here : http://nodes.p2pool.co/

my pool is captminerp2pool.ddns.net:9332 this is in malaysia so i hope i can add to the worldwide p2p node expansion.

thx

I can add you but it might take a day or two.

Thx.  As long i get added to the list to join the gamg.

@patman what pool is that with diff of 1?  If p2p why 1?  Shouldn't it be at default 999.9xxxxxx ?

Also another question but I'm sure it has been brought up before...
what is the or any difference if i point all miners to 1 add or each miner 1 add to be pointed at a p2pool. Either way the diff is still the same at 999.9xxxx except i do sometimes see the worker submitted shares more than once msg.

Thx again

if I understand your question; pointing all miners to the same address will give you lower transaction fees when you go to spend your mining income...

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December 31, 2014, 09:08:28 PM
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if I understand your question; pointing all miners to the same address will give you lower transaction fees when you go to spend your mining income...

I believe it's miniscule, but I think you are correct.

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December 31, 2014, 09:28:06 PM
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hi guys,

how can i be added to the p2pool list such as the ones here : http://nodes.p2pool.co/

my pool is captminerp2pool.ddns.net:9332 this is in malaysia so i hope i can add to the worldwide p2p node expansion.

thx

I can add you but it might take a day or two.

I got it done early.  Please check it.  Thanks.

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December 31, 2014, 09:44:41 PM
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hi guys,

how can i be added to the p2pool list such as the ones here : http://nodes.p2pool.co/

my pool is captminerp2pool.ddns.net:9332 this is in malaysia so i hope i can add to the worldwide p2p node expansion.

thx

I can add you but it might take a day or two.

I got it done early.  Please check it.  Thanks.


many thx .. can't see myself on the localhost but i could see it from my mobile on different network (ip add)
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December 31, 2014, 11:31:38 PM
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Happy new year!!!

In blockchain the block nr. 336844 is of p2pool, but I can't see it in coincadence.  Huh

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January 01, 2015, 12:18:54 AM
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It didn't show up on my node as well but did hit may wallet.
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January 01, 2015, 07:06:02 AM
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Happy new year!!!

In blockchain the block nr. 336844 is of p2pool, but I can't see it in coincadence.  Huh



Happy new year folks! I'm on vacation but will make sure it is added when I get back to the office.

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January 01, 2015, 05:01:29 PM
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@patman what pool is that with diff of 1?  If p2p why 1?  Shouldn't it be at default 999.9xxxxxx ?


Only the first pool is p2pool, the other two are failover.

I believe the third was eligius - I think it starts at diff 1 & adjusts accordingly, but don't quote me on that  Wink

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January 02, 2015, 12:30:29 AM
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Happy new year!!!

In blockchain the block nr. 336844 is of p2pool, but I can't see it in coincadence.  Huh



This has been fixed.

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January 02, 2015, 01:08:12 AM
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I thought I'd read you could set your pseudo share difficulty to just about any value?  My nodes seem to be limited to 1,000,000.

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January 02, 2015, 06:35:50 AM
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I thought I'd read you could set your pseudo share difficulty to just about any value?  My nodes seem to be limited to 1,000,000.

M

Did u try?  Any eg?

Thx @patman

We on a roll keep the blocks rolling in

another question of the day :

if i do this : Appending "/1000" to a miner's username, i see this on the console : (which is also the diff shown under Current Share Difficulty)

New work for worker! Difficulty: 999.984741 Share difficulty: 13464960.940531 Total block value: 25.016444 BTC including 115 transactions

if i DO NOT append the /1000 to the miner's username (which is a BTC add), i see this on the console : (the value is different & much higher than the Current Share Difficulty)

New work for worker! Difficulty: 999.984741 Share difficulty: 25433607.461485 Total block value: 25.016424 BTC including 119 transactions

so which is which ? should or should not ? confused here  Huh

yes, looked thru the web & all but a finer explanation will be greatly appreciated as being pointed to the right direction with better understanding.

if my miner has a capability of 1th/s & it's getting shares @ the Current Diff (/1000), that means to me it has better chance of getting a share faster but if it's the other way round (without /1000) same 1th/s but with higher difficulty means it has a lower chance or a longer time to get a share.

HEHEHEHHE i found a block ! for p2p

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January 02, 2015, 05:30:15 PM
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I thought I'd read you could set your pseudo share difficulty to just about any value?  My nodes seem to be limited to 1,000,000.

M

Did u try?  Any eg?

Thx @patman

We on a roll keep the blocks rolling in

another question of the day :

if i do this : Appending "/1000" to a miner's username, i see this on the console : (which is also the diff shown under Current Share Difficulty)

New work for worker! Difficulty: 999.984741 Share difficulty: 13464960.940531 Total block value: 25.016444 BTC including 115 transactions

if i DO NOT append the /1000 to the miner's username (which is a BTC add), i see this on the console : (the value is different & much higher than the Current Share Difficulty)


New work for worker! Difficulty: 999.984741 Share difficulty: 25433607.461485 Total block value: 25.016424 BTC including 119 transactions

so which is which ? should or should not ? confused here  Huh

yes, looked thru the web & all but a finer explanation will be greatly appreciated as being pointed to the right direction with better understanding.

if my miner has a capability of 1th/s & it's getting shares @ the Current Diff (/1000), that means to me it has better chance of getting a share faster but if it's the other way round (without /1000) same 1th/s but with higher difficulty means it has a lower chance or a longer time to get a share.

This may help with your question https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg9643415#msg9643415. The one just below from JB also gives some insight.
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January 02, 2015, 06:55:02 PM
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The arguments are share difficulty and pseudo share difficulty:

<bitcoin_address>/<share>+<pseudo_share>

Setting <share> to 0 defaults to lowest p2pool diff, setting <share> to any number less then current p2pool diff will result the minimum current diff

All setting pseudo share does is smooth out your graphs a little, it does not improve mining.

<pseudo_share> is recommended to be calculated as your hash rate in KH/s times 0.00000116

i.e. for an S3 that actually runs at 440GH/s: 440,000,000 * 0.00000116 = 510.4

M, to answer your question directly, here is the code from work.py, starting at line 299:

Code:
if desired_pseudoshare_target is None:
    target = 2**256-1
    local_hash_rate = self._estimate_local_hash_rate()
    if local_hash_rate is not None:
        target = min(target,
            bitcoin_data.average_attempts_to_target(local_hash_rate * 1)) # limit to 1 share response every second by modulating pseudoshare difficulty
else:
    target = desired_pseudoshare_target
target = max(target, share_info['bits'].target)

So you should be able to set it as high as you want...

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