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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2032479 times)
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June 01, 2015, 06:44:45 PM
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I'm not getting any incoming peers. I am forwarding port 9333 on my NAT router. That's correct, right?

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June 01, 2015, 10:32:42 PM
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I'm not getting any incoming peers. I am forwarding port 9333 on my NAT router. That's correct, right?

8333 - bitcoin
9332-9333 - p2pool
7333 - nmc

make sure they not running, restart after port forward & it should work ....
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June 01, 2015, 10:33:50 PM
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btw, Huh





i think the update is slow on the network ?

well just a short burst
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June 02, 2015, 01:15:51 AM
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I'm not getting any incoming peers. I am forwarding port 9333 on my NAT router. That's correct, right?

8333 - bitcoin
9332-9333 - p2pool
7333 - nmc

make sure they not running, restart after port forward & it should work ....

same here i have no incoming even after letting the ports through firewall.
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June 02, 2015, 01:23:08 AM
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I'm not getting any incoming peers. I am forwarding port 9333 on my NAT router. That's correct, right?

8333 - bitcoin
9332-9333 - p2pool
7333 - nmc

make sure they not running, restart after port forward & it should work ....

same here i have no incoming even after letting the ports through firewall.
I never used to have this problem on my old router. Perhaps this newer router I'm using is blocking the packets.

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June 02, 2015, 09:25:01 AM
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Last time the dev logged in here was Oct 2014, which might explain why it's so difficult finding answers....
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Shame the dev doesn't participate here......can't be good for p2pool.

Agreed, but this is the way it is...

"The way it is"? I seem to remember that the p2pool developer, upon which everyone relied, was being unfairly pressurised in all sorts of ways. The man was bullied into a position where it couldn't possibly be worth the effort to deal with the demands that were made. He had a plan to make p2pool scale up more, no-one ever found out what that was.

Do not mischaracterise what happened there; the braying coyotes and their idiot lemmings killed p2pool development, not the p2pool developer.

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June 02, 2015, 01:14:22 PM
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"The way it is"? I seem to remember that the p2pool developer, upon which everyone relied, was being unfairly pressurised in all sorts of ways. The man was bullied into a position where it couldn't possibly be worth the effort to deal with the demands that were made. He had a plan to make p2pool scale up more, no-one ever found out what that was.

Do not mischaracterise what happened there; the braying coyotes and their idiot lemmings killed p2pool development, not the p2pool developer.

It's amazing how you seem to pop up whenever development comes up around here singing your doom and gloom story, anyway...

"The way it is"?

Yes, Forrest does not participate here, that is "The way it is".

being unfairly pressurised in all sorts of ways. The man was bullied into a position where it couldn't possibly be worth the effort to deal with the demands that were made

By "pressure" do you mean the Lightcoin folks giving him a pile of bitcoin to work on a problem he never solved?

He had a plan to make p2pool scale up more, no-one ever found out what that was.

Actually, he explicitly stated he did not.

Do not mischaracterise what happened there

I did not characterize anything, I simply said that "is the way it is" with no characterization at all....

I do however think it's unfair for you to chime in with your 0.02 bits every time someone says they wish their was an active dev with your mischaracterizations that "everyone" "bullied" Forrest.

Many here proposed thoughtful ideas, raised money, and wanted to continue to work on a problem that remains difficult to solve.

If you have nothing to contribute, don't mine on P2Pool, and are only here to talk about how you think the community "killed" P2Pool (again) please go back to Bel Air Carlton, we have blocks to mine...

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June 02, 2015, 01:34:41 PM
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So I remember a while back I tried P2pool with my 110 gh/s "the new rbox" - I was using coincadence... there was some lag issue and I could never tell if I was actually contributing hashes or just burning electricity. Some post I read basically said if your hardware isn't pulling down X hash/sec, then p2pool isn't for you, due to this lag issue.

If I ran my own node (my own p2pool, I guess) am I right to think that I would avoid the lag issues? Because then I would just be essentially solo mining but sharing my block reward with others in the p2pool cooperative?


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June 02, 2015, 01:55:53 PM
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So I remember a while back I tried P2pool with my 110 gh/s "the new rbox" - I was using coincadence... there was some lag issue and I could never tell if I was actually contributing hashes or just burning electricity. Some post I read basically said if your hardware isn't pulling down X hash/sec, then p2pool isn't for you, due to this lag issue.

If I ran my own node (my own p2pool, I guess) am I right to think that I would avoid the lag issues? Because then I would just be essentially solo mining but sharing my block reward with others in the p2pool cooperative?



Absolutely, if you have the resources running your own node is the best way to mine on P2Pool.

While I don't think at 110 GH/s you can expect a share in every block, I think with patience you will do OK. I pulled an example from the active miner pool that is around 110 GH/s, take a look to get an idea of what your rewards might be:

http://minefast.coincadence.com/miner.php?id=1Cvq2vEsR2XVHLhnFT7HDG6Gq6KTEPYkA2


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June 02, 2015, 06:46:15 PM
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If you have nothing to contribute, don't mine on P2Pool, and are only here to talk about how you think the community "killed" P2Pool (again) please go back to Bel Air Carlton, we have blocks to mine...

Eloquently put, my sentiments exactly - & there's that block!  Grin
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June 02, 2015, 07:04:08 PM
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So I remember a while back I tried P2pool with my 110 gh/s "the new rbox" - I was using coincadence... there was some lag issue and I could never tell if I was actually contributing hashes or just burning electricity. Some post I read basically said if your hardware isn't pulling down X hash/sec, then p2pool isn't for you, due to this lag issue.

If I ran my own node (my own p2pool, I guess) am I right to think that I would avoid the lag issues? Because then I would just be essentially solo mining but sharing my block reward with others in the p2pool cooperative?



Absolutely, if you have the resources running your own node is the best way to mine on P2Pool.

While I don't think at 110 GH/s you can expect a share in every block, I think with patience you will do OK. I pulled an example from the active miner pool that is around 110 GH/s, take a look to get an idea of what your rewards might be:

http://minefast.coincadence.com/miner.php?id=1Cvq2vEsR2XVHLhnFT7HDG6Gq6KTEPYkA2


And on what the pool working  on now give the link

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June 02, 2015, 07:10:33 PM
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2 much to argue, complain & criticize ... keep calm & mine mine mine some blocks
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June 03, 2015, 07:59:30 AM
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I do however think it's unfair for you to chime in with your 0.02 bits every time someone says they wish their was an active dev with your mischaracterizations that "everyone" "bullied" Forrest.

Well, I literally did not say that "everyone" bullied Forrest, but a handful of people did, and no-one except me did anything to stand up to it. Including you.

It wasn't his fault, you agreed with someone that suggested it was. No need to get upset about that.

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June 03, 2015, 08:02:42 AM
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I'm in...mining away with 2TH/s.
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June 03, 2015, 07:00:30 PM
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BITCOIN BLOCK FOUND by 15d9u5AFbgpkox98xRnZrtcxBiDJXuBiVP!
https://blockchain.info/block/0000000000000000103cbcf2821006c2138524b078789f3e5b55bb2819b062eb

on my node, lucky node i guess . . . miner has about 16 ths.
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June 04, 2015, 09:39:23 AM
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Hello!

Created firmware based on the original firmware Antminer S5 with cgminer 4.9.0 of kolivas.
The purpose of creating a more stable firmware for Hashrate for p2pool.
The main change is cgminer 4.9.0 of kolivas and added:
--lowmem
--no-submit-stale
And as in the first version of the firmware has changed the value of the queue to 0.
This helped to stabilize Hashrate reduce DOA on p2pool.
In the second version of the default queue 8192.
Installing as a normal firmware from Bittman

1. Firmware download - queue 0 https://yadi.sk/d/biL8s7URh59Zp
2. The firmware download - queue 8192 https://yadi.sk/d/gVweA1L6h59Zv

Please Donate 14RTSbmixwthDNvxcLhXvuAyQfBHGXEXTc

P.S. Sorry for my bad English
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June 04, 2015, 09:50:01 AM
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I'm wary of using unofficial firmware releases - especially when they are posted by a new account. Can you release the code so that we can check it out?  Wink

Edit: Also, stale shares should be submitted on p2pool - as I understand it?
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June 04, 2015, 10:11:00 AM
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https://yadi.sk/i/THdWZQoJh5Fva

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June 04, 2015, 10:19:59 AM
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I'd much rather see the code - if possible. By not submitting stale shares, this firmware shouldn't be used with p2pool - you're losing potential blocks. This was fixed with kano's binary here:

http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/antminer/s5/

Unfortunately, it is not persistent through reboots Sad
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June 04, 2015, 10:26:36 AM
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I installed сgminer from the original firmware. After rebooting, the settings are not reset

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