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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2034766 times)
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January 13, 2015, 12:56:26 PM
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https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/243

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So, when does it decide when to use a different address?

If you have multiple addresses per block, that will of course increase the size of the p2pool coinbase txn.
If many p2pool miners are submitting shares with multiple addresses per block, then it will increasing the size of the coinbase txn dramatically and also decrease the size of your payouts - not total payout, but divide up your payout to multiple addresses and result in higher average txn size (i.e. higher default txn fees) when you use the payouts.

i.e. does it switch each p2pool block change (which of course p2pool doesn't see all the p2pool blocks) or does is switch based on some other requirement?

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January 13, 2015, 02:43:54 PM
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Who's feeling brave today?  Wink

https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/243

Not me......not today  Cheesy
So, when does it decide when to use a different address?

If you have multiple addresses per block, that will of course increase the size of the p2pool coinbase txn.
If many p2pool miners are submitting shares with multiple addresses per block, then it will increasing the size of the coinbase txn dramatically and also decrease the size of your payouts - not total payout, but divide up your payout to multiple addresses and result in higher average txn size (i.e. higher default txn fees) when you use the payouts.

i.e. does it switch each p2pool block change (which of course p2pool doesn't see all the p2pool blocks) or does is switch based on some other requirement?

It uses a user defined time frame for address cycling.

I would like to think it preserves shares across the address change, so only the newest address is paid out, but I cant quite wrap my head around how you would do that.

Here are the changes if you feel like taking a look:

https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/230/files

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January 14, 2015, 11:48:14 AM
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hi..
this my first time setup p2pool to my vps [Ubuntu 14.04]

i'm using method from this thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=651819.0 , when i start p2pool my screen stuck from this process

anybody can give me a solution.

thanks before..
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January 14, 2015, 11:51:10 AM
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hi..
this my first time setup p2pool to my vps [Ubuntu 14.04]

i'm using method from this thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=651819.0 , when i start p2pool my screen stuck from this process

anybody can give me a solution.

thanks before..

Is your bitcoind running? If it is, you have maxed out on your bitcoind connection limit - try restarting your bitcoind.......

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January 14, 2015, 12:18:31 PM
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Is your bitcoind running? If it is, you have maxed out on your bitcoind connection limit - try restarting your bitcoind.......

yes,, i was restarting bitcoind and still problem like that sir..
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January 14, 2015, 12:38:46 PM
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Who's feeling brave today?  Wink

https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/243

Not me......not today  Cheesy
So, when does it decide when to use a different address?

If you have multiple addresses per block, that will of course increase the size of the p2pool coinbase txn.
If many p2pool miners are submitting shares with multiple addresses per block, then it will increasing the size of the coinbase txn dramatically and also decrease the size of your payouts - not total payout, but divide up your payout to multiple addresses and result in higher average txn size (i.e. higher default txn fees) when you use the payouts.

i.e. does it switch each p2pool block change (which of course p2pool doesn't see all the p2pool blocks) or does is switch based on some other requirement?

It uses a user defined time frame for address cycling.

I would like to think it preserves shares across the address change, so only the newest address is paid out, but I cant quite wrap my head around how you would do that.

Here are the changes if you feel like taking a look:

https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/230/files

You can't change in p2pool the address a share pays out to.
That would make p2pool unusable due to having no security to stop people from stealing other's payouts.

Yes I looked at the code the other day, but it's written in python which is one of the few languages I completely avoid for a good reason Smiley

So I guess from your comment, if someone chooses the address change close to a block they will probably have divided payments on average every 2nd block.
It would make sense to default to only have it change on a block/payout change boundary.

Cycling, not on a block boundary, wouldn't make it all that difficult to associate address pairs, then over a period of time, if the address list was not unlimited, that association would spread between address pairs and so on making it far from impossible to circumvent identifying the associations.

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January 14, 2015, 12:43:21 PM
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Is your bitcoind running? If it is, you have maxed out on your bitcoind connection limit - try restarting your bitcoind.......

yes,, i was restarting bitcoind and still problem like that sir..

Is your bitcoind running on the same machine as your p2pool client? Also, have you port forwarded it's ports?

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January 14, 2015, 12:48:44 PM
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Who's feeling brave today?  Wink

https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/243

Not me......not today  Cheesy
So, when does it decide when to use a different address?

If you have multiple addresses per block, that will of course increase the size of the p2pool coinbase txn.
If many p2pool miners are submitting shares with multiple addresses per block, then it will increasing the size of the coinbase txn dramatically and also decrease the size of your payouts - not total payout, but divide up your payout to multiple addresses and result in higher average txn size (i.e. higher default txn fees) when you use the payouts.

i.e. does it switch each p2pool block change (which of course p2pool doesn't see all the p2pool blocks) or does is switch based on some other requirement?

It uses a user defined time frame for address cycling.

I would like to think it preserves shares across the address change, so only the newest address is paid out, but I cant quite wrap my head around how you would do that.

Here are the changes if you feel like taking a look:

https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/230/files

You can't change in p2pool the address a share pays out to.
That would make p2pool unusable due to having no security to stop people from stealing other's payouts.

Yes I looked at the code the other day, but it's written in python which is one of the few languages I completely avoid for a good reason Smiley

So I guess from your comment, if someone chooses the address change close to a block they will probably have divided payments on average every 2nd block.
It would make sense to default to only have it change on a block/payout change boundary.

Cycling, not on a block boundary, wouldn't make it all that difficult to associate address pairs, then over a period of time, if the address list was not unlimited, that association would spread between address pairs and so on making it far from impossible to circumvent identifying the associations.

All good questions......it would be nice if the author of the merge, midnightmagic, would post some more detailed information about what it is & how it works - as there is quite a bit of confusion about it.

Unless forrestv fancies making a long overdue post of course....... Huh

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January 14, 2015, 01:30:00 PM
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Is your bitcoind running? If it is, you have maxed out on your bitcoind connection limit - try restarting your bitcoind.......

yes,, i was restarting bitcoind and still problem like that sir..

Is your bitcoind running on the same machine as your p2pool client? Also, have you port forwarded it's ports?

Yes ..my bitcoind and p2pool client on same machine ..how to forwarding port sir...?
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January 14, 2015, 01:58:03 PM
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Is your bitcoind running? If it is, you have maxed out on your bitcoind connection limit - try restarting your bitcoind.......

yes,, i was restarting bitcoind and still problem like that sir..

Is your bitcoind running on the same machine as your p2pool client? Also, have you port forwarded it's ports?

Yes ..my bitcoind and p2pool client on same machine ..how to forwarding port sir...?

What OS are you using? Please post your bitcoin .conf file.

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January 14, 2015, 04:37:30 PM
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Is your bitcoind running? If it is, you have maxed out on your bitcoind connection limit - try restarting your bitcoind.......

yes,, i was restarting bitcoind and still problem like that sir..

Is your bitcoind running on the same machine as your p2pool client? Also, have you port forwarded it's ports?

Yes ..my bitcoind and p2pool client on same machine ..how to forwarding port sir...?

What OS are you using? Please post your bitcoin .conf file.

this my screenshot sir

i was reading the other site about p2pool setting , we must remove rpcport and rpcallowip on bitcoin.conf, but still no effect..
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January 14, 2015, 04:45:53 PM
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Is your bitcoind running? If it is, you have maxed out on your bitcoind connection limit - try restarting your bitcoind.......

yes,, i was restarting bitcoind and still problem like that sir..

Is your bitcoind running on the same machine as your p2pool client? Also, have you port forwarded it's ports?

Yes ..my bitcoind and p2pool client on same machine ..how to forwarding port sir...?

What OS are you using? Please post your bitcoin .conf file.

this my screenshot sir

i was reading the other site about p2pool setting , we must remove rpcport and rpcallowip on bitcoin.conf, but still no effect..

I'm not 100% on the allowed characters for the RPC password, but I would stick with plain text...

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January 14, 2015, 04:53:45 PM
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OK, get rid of listen=0 for a start. Try this:

server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser= [YOUR_USERNAME]
rpcpassword= [YOUR_PASSWORD]
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
maxconnections=12

Also, don't use special characters in your password or user name & ensure your wallet is fully synced.

Edit: If it still won't connect, type:

bitcoind getinfo

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January 14, 2015, 05:58:00 PM
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OK, get rid of listen=0 for a start. Try this:

server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser= [YOUR_USERNAME]
rpcpassword= [YOUR_PASSWORD]
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
maxconnections=12

Also, don't use special characters in your password or user name & ensure your wallet is fully synced.

Edit: If it still won't connect, type:

bitcoind getinfo

& post the result  Wink

thank you very much that working now, but i have one question sir, why in my bitcoind now show two address?is that right?
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January 14, 2015, 06:03:15 PM
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thank you very much that working now, but i have one question sir, why in my bitcoind now show two address?is that right?

Yes, that's correct. P2pool creates a new address when it connects to bitcoind for the first time & names the account "p2pool" & mines to that address.

Glad you got it sorted, welcome to p2pool!  Smiley

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Yes, that's correct. P2pool creates a new address when it connects to bitcoind for the first time & names the account "p2pool" & mines to that address.

Glad you got it sorted, welcome to p2pool!  Smiley

sir,,can you check please, is this correct?


for first time,my hashrate jump over 4 TH, and i rebooted my speed normally, but why too many rejected?


my setting diff = 2048 ,i'm using antminer s4
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January 14, 2015, 07:27:59 PM
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It will take a while to download the p2pool sharechain, so expect some errors. Just let it do it's thing for a while. I have never used an S4, but suggest you reduce the queue setting to 1 or 0, and let p2pool decide the diff level, ie: don't set it.

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January 14, 2015, 07:34:58 PM
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It will take a while to download the p2pool sharechain, so expect some errors. Just let it do it's thing for a while. I have never used an S4, but suggest you reduce the queue setting to 1 or 0, and let p2pool decide the diff level, ie: don't set it.

which difficulty u talking abt patman ? current share diff or miner diff ?

miner diff maxxed out to 999.984741
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January 14, 2015, 08:23:52 PM
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I presume he means don't set it at the miner? I never set it with p2pool as I find p2pool manages it all very nicely  Wink

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I presume he means don't set it at the miner? I never set it with p2pool as I find p2pool manages it all very nicely  Wink

Exactly. Sorry, I've been AFK trying to coax a dead S5 into life again....... Tongue

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