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May 18, 2015, 07:55:09 PM
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So..

Anyone ever use the Antpool?

They claim its P2Pool, but it is obviously operating independent of the our P2Pool, as they have 67PH/s running.

I was curious if it has the same work retention as our pool and is trestles like ours.

Anyone who's mined out there have an impression for the rest of us?

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It's a BS statement by AntPool.  They have NO p2pool.  They came out and announced in October of last year that they would be taking on p2pool and fixing the inherent problems.  A ton of us were excited and couldn't wait to see what the Bitmain guys had in mind.  Well, when they released their code it was plainly apparent it wouldn't work at all in the existing p2pool framework.  In fact, all they really did was introduce some share tracking database and reliance upon a mysql server.  The code was awful and didn't do anything to support the claims they were making.  Time and time again we've called them out, and have posted multiple times in their thread about how they are not supporting decentralization and to remove all references to p2pool since their botched implementation is a farce.

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May 18, 2015, 08:01:19 PM
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It's a BS statement by AntPool.  They have NO p2pool. 

Truth.

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May 18, 2015, 08:52:07 PM
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a block makes me happy n not b!tch abt BMT's p2p BS story.

c'mon blox come come come to the REAL p2p
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May 19, 2015, 07:45:27 AM
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another block = happy yippie yippie

btw, i found the line to show the previous blocks mined. it goes like 24*60*60.

what should i put in to show the entire week ? i used to have it but i forgot.

i'm at 168*60*60 & it shows last 4 days.

thx.
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May 19, 2015, 09:01:22 AM
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another block = happy yippie yippie

btw, i found the line to show the previous blocks mined. it goes like 24*60*60.

what should i put in to show the entire week ? i used to have it but i forgot.

i'm at 168*60*60 & it shows last 4 days.

thx.
p2pool doesn't keep history forever - that could be why it stops at 4 days for whatever you are doing.

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May 19, 2015, 01:12:36 PM
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another block = happy yippie yippie

btw, i found the line to show the previous blocks mined. it goes like 24*60*60.

what should i put in to show the entire week ? i used to have it but i forgot.

i'm at 168*60*60 & it shows last 4 days.

thx.
If you look at that entire bit of code, you'll see why it's only showing a limited timeframe:

Code:
web_root.putChild('recent_blocks', WebInterface(lambda: [dict(
    ts=s.timestamp,
    hash='%064x' % s.header_hash,
    number=p2pool_data.parse_bip0034(s.share_data['coinbase'])[0],
    share='%064x' % s.hash,
) for s in node.tracker.get_chain(node.best_share_var.value, min(node.tracker.get_height(node.best_share_var.value), 24*60*60//node.net.SHARE_PERIOD)) if s.pow_hash <= s.header['bits'].target]))

It's pulling data from the shares it knows about and getting the block data.  Since p2pool only keeps a limited set of data (as kano pointed out), it will only be able to retrieve a limited date range to calculate whether or not any blocks have been found recently.

Even using blockchain.info APIs will only return a limited set of found blocks.  For example, calling:

Code:
https://blockchain.info/blocks/P2Pool?format=json

Will return:

Code:
{
"blocks" : [
{
"height" : 357093,
"hash" : "000000000000000000040c489a058329c1aee111f8ad9651cac6a7050e58e52c",
"time" : 1432021066,
"main_chain" : true
},

{
"height" : 357023,
"hash" : "00000000000000000921e1b12a628c53aa4958dbcddc618141e0661a8cab983b",
"time" : 1431974068,
"main_chain" : true
},

{
"height" : 356722,
"hash" : "00000000000000001537af797fc306f8a8d5670aa4e1712b78a722cbd0b86c1f",
"time" : 1431808098,
"main_chain" : true
},

{
"height" : 356672,
"hash" : "00000000000000000e7e3e8519c56a6e9e3413632d3c05990fb299288570a73f",
"time" : 1431772821,
"main_chain" : true
},

{
"height" : 356638,
"hash" : "000000000000000010f11ea678a9447a348499255e11bfbc69b42f787292f19d",
"time" : 1431748262,
"main_chain" : true
},

{
"height" : 356621,
"hash" : "000000000000000016a0b7d559e4b49d69c863c7cb3e182f6aaacf8be524b4d7",
"time" : 1431738916,
"main_chain" : true
}
]
}

To truly build a history of found blocks, you'll have to get details on every block found to see if it happened to be added to the chain by P2Pool.  Then you use the "block notify" event from bitcoind to tell you every time a block is found, so you can go and do the same thing for the newest block.

Once you do, you'll end up with something very similar to what windpath has.

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May 20, 2015, 01:49:22 PM
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thx jb, i was thinking to do something about like windpath for the block history. but it's too much work. but happy with what is being shown atm at my pool.

btw, is there a way to ban/kick someone/ip from mining at my pool ?

there's an address with a incomplete btc address mining with very low  hashrate & pool does not show it's share difficulty & time to share.




and another block today ... hope p2pool will keep it up  Cool
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May 20, 2015, 03:24:01 PM
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thx jb, i was thinking to do something about like windpath for the block history. but it's too much work. but happy with what is being shown atm at my pool.

btw, is there a way to ban/kick someone/ip from mining at my pool ?

there's an address with a incomplete btc address mining with very low  hashrate & pool does not show it's share difficulty & time to share.




and another block today ... hope p2pool will keep it up  Cool
If it's an invalid BTC address, then if and when that miner finds a share, it'll be a donation to you.  Whatever address your p2pool node uses as its default payout address will be the one that gets any credit for shares from invalid addresses.  So, I suppose you could just let whoever it is mine away and thank them for the donation Tongue

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May 20, 2015, 04:25:03 PM
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And another block.

Best of all, I saw we were at 2.4 PH/s and it crossed 3 yesterday?!?  Still fluctuating, but if we can get the mean above 2, I believe we will all be better off.
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May 20, 2015, 05:22:04 PM
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I just started my publicly accessible p2pool at http://50.70.132.95:9332/static/
barely figured it out but got it. Whew! Grin
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May 20, 2015, 05:48:02 PM
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And another block.

Best of all, I saw we were at 2.4 PH/s and it crossed 3 yesterday?!?  Still fluctuating, but if we can get the mean above 2, I believe we will all be better off.


not only yesterday it crossed over 3phs, last couple of days too but briefly.

did you noticed or realized that the last 7 recent blocks were found under 2phs on an avg of 1.6phs ?

i'm not saying lower is better but 2phs or greater would be much better Wink

last couple of hours till now the hashrate has been very near & above 2phs.

more blocks = more hashrate to the pool imo.

yes & back to the old story, the fallback of p2pool ... high diffs will not benefit small miners but most newer miners are more powerful at least 1ths & up so, sorry to say sorry to the those who still mines with a s1. go get a newer miner & beef it up. look fwd & not backward weeping about high diffs.
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May 20, 2015, 05:53:38 PM
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I just started my publicly accessible p2pool at http://50.70.132.95:9332/static/
barely figured it out but got it. Whew! Grin
Congratulations on getting your own node up and running Smiley.

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May 20, 2015, 05:57:58 PM
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Ya I'm greeeeen but got it and then I forwarded my domain name raintowers.com to it and that worked too! I'm just running it on ubuntu.
Don't know what I opened myself up to with regards to security blabla .
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May 20, 2015, 06:04:01 PM
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Ya I'm greeeeen but got it and then I forwarded my domain name raintowers.com to it and that worked too! I'm just running it on ubuntu.
Don't know what I opened myself up to with regards to security blabla .
Well, you obviously figured out how to open up port 9332 to the world, and how to assign a domain name to that IP address... so you're good there.

As far as other ports are concerned...

9333 - p2pool peer network.  Sets you up as a good p2pool citizen and allows for lots of inbound/outbound connections.  The better connected your node, the better the chances shares/blocks you find end up being accepted.
8333 - BTC peer network.  Pretty much the same as above, except only BTC traffic.

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May 20, 2015, 06:06:32 PM
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Ya I'm greeeeen but got it and then I forwarded my domain name raintowers.com to it and that worked too! I'm just running it on ubuntu.
Don't know what I opened myself up to with regards to security blabla .
Well, you obviously figured out how to open up port 9332 to the world, and how to assign a domain name to that IP address... so you're good there.

As far as other ports are concerned...

9333 - p2pool peer network.  Sets you up as a good p2pool citizen and allows for lots of inbound/outbound connections.  The better connected your node, the better the chances shares/blocks you find end up being accepted.
8333 - BTC peer network.  Pretty much the same as above, except only BTC traffic.

OK thanks for that. They are already opened so I I'm good to go.
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May 20, 2015, 07:04:18 PM
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I just started my publicly accessible p2pool at http://50.70.132.95:9332/static/
barely figured it out but got it. Whew! Grin

Lookin' good, welcome to the party! Smiley

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May 20, 2015, 07:05:44 PM
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I just started my publicly accessible p2pool at http://50.70.132.95:9332/static/
barely figured it out but got it. Whew! Grin
Nice.
I use https://github.com/hardcpp/P2PoolExtendedFrontEnd , too; it makes it look nicer.

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OK thanks. I tried CoinCadence.com but too far away then I tried another that wasn't too bad then I connected to one in Guelph then I figured do it myself.

I tried that alternate front end but it didn't show the "Payout if a block were found NOW" section at the top and it's really all I know how to look at right now. But I guess a person could really build that out with the right experience.
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May 20, 2015, 07:35:59 PM
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OK thanks. I tried CoinCadence.com but too far away then I tried another that wasn't too bad then I connected to one in Guelph then I figured do it myself.

I tried that alternate front end but it didn't show the "Payout if a block were found NOW" section at the top and it's really all I know how to look at right now. But I guess a person could really build that out with the right experience.

Node-Status is a decent one to check out too.

Example: http://minefast.coincadence.com:9332/static/node-status/

Source: https://github.com/johndoe75/p2pool-node-status

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If there's anyone in the UK looking for a local node to mine at; I've just opened up my p2pool node:-

                           http://btc.hassocksmining.co.uk:9332

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