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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2029613 times)
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January 17, 2015, 04:07:44 PM
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Sure: Bitcoin, Namecoin, I0coin, Devcoin, Huntercoin, Groupcoin & Fusioncoin. I was also mining ixcoin until it got all mined out  Sad

Nice. Can You share core versions You are using? I would like to try some but I do not want to make system unstable. Do You preffer any of them? I think they are all worthless but I can be wrong...
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January 17, 2015, 04:24:16 PM
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Sure: Bitcoin, Namecoin, I0coin, Devcoin, Huntercoin, Groupcoin & Fusioncoin. I was also mining ixcoin until it got all mined out  Sad
You're still mining all of those coins?  Wow... I stopped everything except for NMC.  Sure, I've got a boatload of some of those coins, but nowhere to do anything with them.  Like FSC... I've got a few million of the things, but the coin's completely dead in the water and no exchanges trade it.

Yeah, it does no harm to keep mining them in the slim hope someone might revive them....... Tongue

Nice. Can You share core versions You are using? I would like to try some but I do not want to make system unstable. Do You preffer any of them? I think they are all worthless but I can be wrong...

All daemons are the latest, cloned from git or downloaded binaries from their sites. I prefer Bitcoin of course, the rest are just a little bonus that I cash in every now & then - helps pay the bills  Wink

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January 17, 2015, 04:47:25 PM
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Sure: Bitcoin, Namecoin, I0coin, Devcoin, Huntercoin, Groupcoin & Fusioncoin. I was also mining ixcoin until it got all mined out  Sad
You're still mining all of those coins?  Wow... I stopped everything except for NMC.  Sure, I've got a boatload of some of those coins, but nowhere to do anything with them.  Like FSC... I've got a few million of the things, but the coin's completely dead in the water and no exchanges trade it.

Yeah, it does no harm to keep mining them in the slim hope someone might revive them....... Tongue

Nice. Can You share core versions You are using? I would like to try some but I do not want to make system unstable. Do You preffer any of them? I think they are all worthless but I can be wrong...

All daemons are the latest, cloned from git or downloaded binaries from their sites. I prefer Bitcoin of course, the rest are just a little bonus that I cash in every now & then - helps pay the bills  Wink

I suppose daemons has to be compiled with wallet enabled and run at the same machine as bitcoind and p2pool if succeed will create there mining address?
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January 17, 2015, 05:23:25 PM
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I suppose daemons has to be compiled with wallet enabled and run at the same machine as bitcoind and p2pool if succeed will create there mining address?

All on the same machine, yes - but p2pool won't create an address on other daemons, payments will go to the default daemon wallet address.

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January 17, 2015, 05:42:39 PM
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I suppose daemons has to be compiled with wallet enabled and run at the same machine as bitcoind and p2pool if succeed will create there mining address?

All on the same machine, yes - but p2pool won't create an address on other daemons, payments will go to the default daemon wallet address.

How many of those coins is there still a market for?

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January 17, 2015, 05:54:40 PM
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I suppose daemons has to be compiled with wallet enabled and run at the same machine as bitcoind and p2pool if succeed will create there mining address?

All on the same machine, yes - but p2pool won't create an address on other daemons, payments will go to the default daemon wallet address.

How many of those coins is there still a market for?

All except FSC & GRP... Wink

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January 17, 2015, 06:39:03 PM
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I suppose daemons has to be compiled with wallet enabled and run at the same machine as bitcoind and p2pool if succeed will create there mining address?

All on the same machine, yes - but p2pool won't create an address on other daemons, payments will go to the default daemon wallet address.

How many of those coins is there still a market for?

All except FSC & GRP... Wink

Pretty cool, nice way to add a little to the bottom line Smiley

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January 17, 2015, 06:54:51 PM
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may i humbly ask for a updated step by step noob proof guide on pypy ?

this should work for user using 64 bit linux: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg10135870#msg10135870

thx, i'll try to tinkle with it a bit while i polish up my linux skills
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January 17, 2015, 06:55:08 PM
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Decentralising mining: Making P2Pool more lucrative by coinbaseless fees?

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2sqh0a/decentralising_mining_making_p2pool_more/

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January 17, 2015, 07:03:21 PM
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Well when recoding p2pool, It would be Nice to solve the "payload too long" issue as well.

Does somebody know how to deal with this?  Huh  

Please check this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg10164796#msg10164796

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What is Your Bitcoind GetBlockTemplate Latency? Has You p2pool node external IP to see stats?


Thanks for the reply!

Well my stats looks like this:

Code:
P2Pool Status
Local rate 155.77 GH/s (DOA 3.67 GH/s / 2.35%) Shares Total: 2 (Orphan: 0, Dead: 1, Unknown: 1)
Global pool rate 1.93 PH/s (DOA 321.61 TH/s / 16.67%) Share difficulty 6,707,631.61
Current block value Expected time to share 2d 3h 22m 33 s
Total node payout if block found NOW Expected time to block 1d 3h 11m 10 s
Node peers [in] 2 / 30 [out] Node uptime 2d 6h 35m 22 s
Node p2pool version 13.5-73-g12ca9d8-dirty Protocol version 1300
Node efficiency 60.00% Node getwork latency 305 ms
Node fee 0% Node donation 0%

Bitcoin Status
Network rate 303.41 PH/s Blocks 339,372
Current block 998,775 bytes / 1,600 txs Block difficulty 43,971,662,056.08958
Hashes to win 9.22 EH Block probability per GH 5.295015761671106e-12%
Total Bitcoins Expected time to block 0h 0m 30 s
Exchange rate Block interval 0h 10m 30 s
Connections [in] 12 / 523 [out] Node uptime 2d 6h 37m 53 s
Node bitcoind version 99900 Protocol version 70002
Relay fee Peer latency 675 ms


I assume my Bitcoind GetBlockTemplate Latency is 675ms, right? From what I've read, the latencies are OK and they are stable when the "payload too long" error is not occurring. Only when the error comes up in the console of p2pool then those latencies are indeed skyrocketing. As I understand from the logs and statistics this payload error does not look like a cause from latencies, but latencies are the symptoms of the payload error. So where all the sudden arises this payload error from? Is it the "maxblocksize" of Bitcoind Core which is 1MB? Because the payload error is always in combination when the blocktime between blocks were +10mins (and +2000 transactions). Get the idea the problem comes from that direction.

Any thoughts?

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January 17, 2015, 07:09:24 PM
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I see you're using an Rc version: v99900 - Maybe that's what's causing your errors. I only use the stable release versions for mining.......

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January 17, 2015, 07:16:15 PM
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I see you're using an Rc version: v99900 - Maybe that's what's causing your errors. I only use the stable release versions for mining.......

OMG, Why I didn't saw that myself?  Embarrassed
I'm gonna deploy a stable release of Bitcoin Core to factor this out! Thanks!
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January 17, 2015, 07:25:27 PM
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small pypy howto

... download pypy binary, I choosed 64 bit version to my ubuntu 14.04 LTS
wget https://bitbucket.org/pypy/pypy/downloads/pypy-2.4.0-linux64.tar.bz2
... untar it
tar xvf pypy-2.4.0-linux64.tar.bz2
... create symbolic link
sudo ln -sf /where_untared/pypy-2.4.0-linux64/bin/pypy /usr/bin/pypy
... download pip manager
wget https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py
... install pip manager
pypy get-pip.py
... install twisted
pip install twisted
... done

use pypy instead python

optional

... download latest forrestv p2pool version
git clone https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool.git
... run it
... make coffee

I try just now with latest git p2pool version 13.4-62-g077b2c1, seems well

Anyone succeed in getting this to work under windows?  I got pip installed, now I'm having a problem compiling twisted, complains about not finding rpc\rpc.h.

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January 17, 2015, 07:44:16 PM
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small pypy howto

... download pypy binary, I choosed 64 bit version to my ubuntu 14.04 LTS
wget https://bitbucket.org/pypy/pypy/downloads/pypy-2.4.0-linux64.tar.bz2
... untar it
tar xvf pypy-2.4.0-linux64.tar.bz2
... create symbolic link
sudo ln -sf /where_untared/pypy-2.4.0-linux64/bin/pypy /usr/bin/pypy
... download pip manager
wget https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py
... install pip manager
pypy get-pip.py
... install twisted
pip install twisted
... done

use pypy instead python

optional

... download latest forrestv p2pool version
git clone https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool.git
... run it
... make coffee

I try just now with latest git p2pool version 13.4-62-g077b2c1, seems well

Anyone succeed in getting this to work under windows?  I got pip installed, now I'm having a problem compiling twisted, complains about not finding rpc\rpc.h.

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January 17, 2015, 07:50:30 PM
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Well when recoding p2pool, It would be Nice to solve the "payload too long" issue as well.

Does somebody know how to deal with this?  Huh  

Please check this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg10164796#msg10164796

 Roll Eyes

What is Your Bitcoind GetBlockTemplate Latency? Has You p2pool node external IP to see stats?


Thanks for the reply!

Well my stats looks like this:

Code:
P2Pool Status
Local rate 155.77 GH/s (DOA 3.67 GH/s / 2.35%) Shares Total: 2 (Orphan: 0, Dead: 1, Unknown: 1)
Global pool rate 1.93 PH/s (DOA 321.61 TH/s / 16.67%) Share difficulty 6,707,631.61
Current block value Expected time to share 2d 3h 22m 33 s
Total node payout if block found NOW Expected time to block 1d 3h 11m 10 s
Node peers [in] 2 / 30 [out] Node uptime 2d 6h 35m 22 s
Node p2pool version 13.5-73-g12ca9d8-dirty Protocol version 1300
Node efficiency 60.00% Node getwork latency 305 ms
Node fee 0% Node donation 0%

Bitcoin Status
Network rate 303.41 PH/s Blocks 339,372
Current block 998,775 bytes / 1,600 txs Block difficulty 43,971,662,056.08958
Hashes to win 9.22 EH Block probability per GH 5.295015761671106e-12%
Total Bitcoins Expected time to block 0h 0m 30 s
Exchange rate Block interval 0h 10m 30 s
Connections [in] 12 / 523 [out] Node uptime 2d 6h 37m 53 s
Node bitcoind version 99900 Protocol version 70002
Relay fee Peer latency 675 ms


I assume my Bitcoind GetBlockTemplate Latency is 675ms, right? From what I've read, the latencies are OK and they are stable when the "payload too long" error is not occurring. Only when the error comes up in the console of p2pool then those latencies are indeed skyrocketing. As I understand from the logs and statistics this payload error does not look like a cause from latencies, but latencies are the symptoms of the payload error. So where all the sudden arises this payload error from? Is it the "maxblocksize" of Bitcoind Core which is 1MB? Because the payload error is always in combination when the blocktime between blocks were +10mins (and +2000 transactions). Get the idea the problem comes from that direction.

Any thoughts?



Yes.
1) Switch to latest p2pool version.
 git clone https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool
2) to limit outgoing/incomming connections of p2pool use this settings:
 --max-conns 6 \
 --outgoing-conns 6 \
3) use 0.9.4.0 bitcoin core version with bitcoin.conf like this (nothing more is necessary):
 server=1
 rpcuser=your_rpc_user
 rpcpassword=your_rpc_password
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January 17, 2015, 07:57:44 PM
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I suppose daemons has to be compiled with wallet enabled and run at the same machine as bitcoind and p2pool if succeed will create there mining address?

All on the same machine, yes - but p2pool won't create an address on other daemons, payments will go to the default daemon wallet address.

How many of those coins is there still a market for?

All except FSC & GRP... Wink

Pretty cool, nice way to add a little to the bottom line Smiley

I suppose merged mined coins I will get the whole block, right? So for NMC 25 coins with my 8600GHs I will get once per 100 days, as I see. Smiley
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January 17, 2015, 08:18:44 PM
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worthless coins renaissance  Kiss
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small namecoin merged mining howto

(I suppose You are already running functional p2pool node... ehm... with linux)
download namecoin:
git clone https://github.com/namecoin/namecoin.git
go there and compile it:
cd namecoin
qmake namecoin-qt.pro
make
edit namecoin.conf file:
nano ~/.namecoin/namecoin.conf
this should be there:
server=1
rpcuser=your_nmc_user
rpcpassword=your_nmc_password
rpcport=7333
rpcallowip=*

then run namecoin-qt... and wait a little moment, minutes, hours, days... until synced (make coffee while waiting)
add to Your p2pool command this parameter:
--merged http://your_nmc_user:your_nmc_password@127.0.0.1:7333/
rerun p2pool node
check data/bitcoin/log for merged word:
grep merged data/bitcoin/log |wc -l
if You get non zero value, it works (probably)
make coffee and tell guys You got it!
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January 17, 2015, 08:34:20 PM
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oooiii... what happen to the hashrate??

Are you guys all stuck trying to get pypy to work or merge mining? LOL.

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January 17, 2015, 08:44:21 PM
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Reddit has an up voted thread asking if p2pool is worth it compared to other pools.  Take a look and you can add your comments: http://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMining/comments/2sqi3l/miners_of_reddit_do_you_have_statistics_on/

Find the pool with the best payout!
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January 17, 2015, 09:14:21 PM
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oooiii... what happen to the hashrate??

Are you guys all stuck trying to get pypy to work or merge mining? LOL.

Don't forget the hashrate isn't really the hashrate.  It's a calculated value based on how many shares have been submitted in the last X minutes.

Could easily be bad luck across the board.

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