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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2035310 times)
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July 19, 2015, 10:09:21 PM
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Got it up and running whit the code you provided. it works on windows you just have to cmd to the folder where p2pool is then use the code along whit it . Thanks guys for the help node up and running =)

Well done!

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July 20, 2015, 10:29:55 AM
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Thanks m8 Cheesy is there a way to make a better p2pool dashboard site ? edit the html maybe if so where and how.
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July 20, 2015, 02:33:03 PM
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There are a number of front ends available...

hardcpp's - https://github.com/hardcpp/P2PoolExtendedFrontEnd
johndoe75's - https://github.com/johndoe75/p2pool-node-status
justino's - https://github.com/justino/p2pool-ui-punchy

Installation is pretty much the same for them all - replace the contents of your web-static folder with it.  In case you want to keep your original (again, commands are *nix based):
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cd p2pool
mv web-static web-static_orig
mkdir web-static
cd web-static
git clone https://github.com/justino/p2pool-ui-punchy.git

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July 20, 2015, 06:34:29 PM
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just what i was looking for thanks =) PS: do you have have it maybe for win?
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July 20, 2015, 06:47:20 PM
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ps : do you have it maybe for windows ?

You can just rename the web-static folder, download the front end of your choice, create a new web-static folder with the front end index and anything else in it, and pull up the page...

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July 20, 2015, 07:01:05 PM
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got it up and running thanks again .
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July 21, 2015, 07:05:06 AM
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Hi all just abit offtopic. I started using p2pool got it setup and running on my local node. Now just a quick qustion how to make my node public so that i can have some of my friends connect to it.

Thanks in advance.
Not off topic at all.  Assuming you have a BTC p2pool node setup, you'll need to open up port 9332.  To be a "good" citizen, you should have the following ports open:

8333 - BTC peers
9333 - p2pool peers
9332 - p2pool miners

Note that opening up 8333 and 9333 will allow multiple peers to connect and you will see higher bandwidth usage.

both of protocols? or just TCP?
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July 21, 2015, 07:12:40 AM
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Howto get latency of bitcoin-qt low? I am just now around 0.5s

Install bitcoin v0.11. Add to your bitcoin.conf:

maxconnections=10

then run bitcoin-qt and look connections in debug witdow. Choose IPs with lowest latencies and add them to your bitcoin.conf. Add there not more then 4 the best.

addnode=x.x.x.x
Bull.
You can do same adding
timeout=150
BUT it will NOT give you better GBT.

Hey I've been trying to optimize my bitcoind for p2pool any tips. As to settings, what kind of peers I should allow, where to find those peers, etc.
What do you think about his I been banning rbf peers kind of an actives activity.
https://www.mail-archive.com/bitcoin-development@lists.sourceforge.net/msg08422.html
Like that you represent in your tag name!

will "timeout=150" parameter of bitcoind allow only peers below that limit? if yes, you are absolutelly correct that should solve it. my gbt is around 0.4 just now with parameters I used (maxconnections=10 and manually choosed addnodes). but I see spikes sometimes (once a day or less often) whose are blocking for a while whole my node... is there any solution to filter it? look graph added

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July 21, 2015, 09:52:39 AM
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I wouldn't pay a lot of attention to GBT latency, unless it's absurdly high... check some other p2pools, the block sizes, and the GBT they're getting.  

Block size will have the biggest impact on your GBT times... more transactions, the higher it goes.  e.g. I put nogleg.com:9332 up just for the hell of it, and the GBT times are super low, because all the blocks being created are just 1 transaction, that's with maxblocksize=1000 set in bitcoin.conf.

ed: less confusing statement:  if you think yours is too high, you could lower that value (default is 1MB now?  or maybe still 750KB) until it maxes out at what you'd like it to max at.  you'll have less transactions included, though.

Dacentec, best deals for US dedicated servers. They regularly restock $20-$25 Opterons with 8-16GB RAM & 2x1-2TB HDD's (ofc, usually lots of other good stuff to choose from).  I did a Serverbear benchmark of one of my $20/mo Opteron (June last year), it's here.  Have had about a half dozen different servers with Dacentec, & none have failed to sustain at least 40MB/s (burst higher). My favorite is a 12-month rent-to-own ZT Systems 2XL5520 16GB 2x2TB SATA for $40/month (got lucky with the 'off-brand', haven't seen a RTO 2xL5520 for under $50/mo since -- at least for monthly contracts).  wholesaleinternet.com has some ancient 2-core intel CPUs @ $10/mo sometimes (I got an Intel Core 2 6300 @ 1.86GHz, with a 250GB HDD with 46000 hours on it, LOL. $20 @ Dacentec is much better, if you can grab one). joesdatacenter.com (same location as Wholesale Internet) also occasionally has specials (or if you don't want to wait, it has an AMD Opteron 170 @ $16/mo).
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July 21, 2015, 11:36:26 AM
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ben mininig for 1.6 days now and still Payout if a block were found NOW: 0 BTC what does this meen ? do i need more THS?
here is the link to the node : 85.165.223.226:9332
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July 21, 2015, 11:56:10 AM
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ben mininig for 1.6 days now and still Payout if a block were found NOW: 0 BTC what does this meen ? do i need more THS?
here is the link to the node : 85.165.223.226:9332

I think it means you are not mining to the default address. You currently have 2 miners mining on your node, both using wallet addresses. If these are your only miners then it's all good. Your latency & efficiency are all good also. Only the 1% fee your node charges miners will be paid to the default address.
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July 21, 2015, 12:14:36 PM
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Thanks for the headsup so the defulte addrese is the one shown on the p2pool dashboard after the payout if a block were found NOW: 0 BTC to: Huh Should i make the  miners mine to the defulte addresse ?
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July 21, 2015, 12:19:39 PM
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No. The default address is your bitcoind that p2pool is connected to & that p2pool generates when first connected. It's always safer to not have any coins in that wallet anyway. As long as one/all of those bitcoin addresses listed on your node stats page is yours then you're good to go. Everything is fine, really  Wink

Edit:  If you want the default payment address to be a different wallet (safer) you can change it by adding:

Code:
-a your_bitoin_address

..to the p2pool startup command.
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July 21, 2015, 12:24:52 PM
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aha ok cool Cheesy cheers
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July 21, 2015, 12:29:35 PM
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aha ok cool Cheesy cheers

No problem. Suggest you change the default address to the one you are mining with on a separate wallet if possible. Then you will see the correct payment due in the default payment stats to the wallet address you specify  Wink
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July 21, 2015, 12:41:12 PM
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Payments will come when a block is found right ? or better said how frequent should payments come. Huh checked the wallet and no payment came inn Sad
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July 21, 2015, 01:03:15 PM
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Payments will come when a block is found right ? or better said how frequent should payments come. Huh checked the wallet and no payment came inn Sad
Typically 12-18 hours after a block is found, as it needs to go through full confirmations before payout.

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July 21, 2015, 01:13:47 PM
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Payments will come when a block is found right ? or better said how frequent should payments come. Huh checked the wallet and no payment came inn Sad
Typically 12-18 hours after a block is found, as it needs to go through full confirmations before payout.
That's a little misleading... the payments arrive immediately when the block is found.  They are generated coins, so they show as "Immature" in your wallet.  You must wait the 101 confirmations before you can spend them.

Thanks for the headsup so the defulte addrese is the one shown on the p2pool dashboard after the payout if a block were found NOW: 0 BTC to: Huh Should i make the  miners mine to the defulte addresse ?
The bitcoind I have running my p2pool node doesn't even have the wallet functionality compiled in to it.  It's purpose is to process transactions and create blocks Wink.  I point p2pool to another address as p3yot33at3r described earlier.  In either case, that address exists because p2pool needs to know who to pay any fees to, and also who to pay if a miner is mining on your node with an invalid BTC address.

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July 21, 2015, 01:20:03 PM
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That's a little misleading... the payments arrive immediately when the block is found.  They are generated coins, so they show as "Immature" in your wallet.  You must wait the 101 confirmations before you can spend them.
Depends on the wallet?  Or maybe I never really checked into it too much.

I run Bitcoin core as my wallet. Every time we hit a block my balance didn't increase until all confirmations  were done.  Now maybe the funds were "there" before but didn't show and I just didn't know how to discern the difference?

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July 21, 2015, 04:27:02 PM
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That's a little misleading... the payments arrive immediately when the block is found.  They are generated coins, so they show as "Immature" in your wallet.  You must wait the 101 confirmations before you can spend them.
Depends on the wallet?  Or maybe I never really checked into it too much.

I run Bitcoin core as my wallet. Every time we hit a block my balance didn't increase until all confirmations  were done.  Now maybe the funds were "there" before but didn't show and I just didn't know how to discern the difference?

It's not wallet dependent, however many wallets (and exchanges) do not handle generation transactions correctly.

The 100 transaction wait is built into bitcoin core, and all nodes using the reference client will reject transactions that try to spend a generation transaction before the 101st block after they were generated.

An example of this is TREZOR, originally it would try to include generation TX's before they had 101 confirmations and the transaction would be rejected by the network and held in limbo on the mytrezor site indefinitely.

They fixed their UTXO selection to correct for the problem, and now it works fine.

Edit: You can always check you mining address on a reputable block explorer, also my site will show all p2pool earning to any address that has ever received a p2pool reward: http://minefast.coincadence.com/miner.php

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