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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2035606 times)
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October 16, 2015, 04:05:40 PM
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Edit: BTW, here's what I got with the new Bitcoin Core client:



....nice  Cool

not work ... everytime.




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October 16, 2015, 04:24:15 PM
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Edit: If the results are OK in the morning I'll do a reboot to make sure the settings keep - if they do then it's all good & I'll update my other S5's  Smiley

I believe it will not. In which case, I may tweak this firmware instead Smiley If I do, I'll make 4.9.0 the default.

Yeah, I ended up reverting back to my previous setup after all. The lower loads were nice but not nice enough to offset the lower hash rate  Sad I never tested to see if the settings were kept after a reboot though.

@ Meuh6879: I've never seen 25 second latency spikes before......something wrong there buddy, connection issues perhaps?
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October 16, 2015, 05:42:49 PM
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CPU vs. mempool treatment (already spend, free rate limiter, etcs ...).

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October 16, 2015, 08:42:06 PM
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Edit: BTW, here's what I got with the new Bitcoin Core client:




not work ... everytime.





It looks like you're running out of RAM and swapping to disk. I suspect there may be a memory leak in Bitcoin Core when using minrelaytxfee, causing memory usage by bitcoind to climb to the multi-GB range even though the mempool itself is only using 10 MB or so. I suggest restarting bitcoind every few days until we figure out a better way of  doing it. I'm working on a new mempool size limiter for Bitcoin XT which might help.

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October 17, 2015, 07:25:12 PM
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It's coming. Hang in there. Be strong.

Any....minute....now.... Grin
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October 18, 2015, 03:13:33 PM
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New block. Thanks Cryptal.

http://btcpool.cryptal.net:9332/static/share.html#0000000000000000037433dd74c771d11a0ab32c274069a52b225080c47001c6

The miner that found it has 2 TH/s.

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October 18, 2015, 04:12:50 PM
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The miner that found it has 2 TH/s.

Crazy eh? There's room for small miners yet  Grin

Thank the cryptogods that block is over.
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October 18, 2015, 06:11:04 PM
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is run_p2pool.py able to connect more than one bitcoind?
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October 18, 2015, 06:25:42 PM
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is run_p2pool.py able to connect more than one bitcoind?
I'm not exactly sure what you're trying to do.

Have one p2pool process connecting to multiple bitcoind processes via RPC at the same time? No.

Have more than one p2pool process running at a time from the same directory tree with the same bitcoind process and RPC port? Yes, but you might run into trouble with stats records and stuff like that. You'll need to specify different ports for each p2pool process.

Have more than one p2pool process running at a time, each of which connects to a different bitcoind? Yes.

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October 18, 2015, 07:03:12 PM
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is run_p2pool.py able to connect more than one bitcoind?
I'm not exactly sure what you're trying to do.

Have one p2pool process connecting to multiple bitcoind processes via RPC at the same time? No.

Have more than one p2pool process running at a time from the same directory tree with the same bitcoind process and RPC port? Yes, but you might run into trouble with stats records and stuff like that. You'll need to specify different ports for each p2pool process.

Have more than one p2pool process running at a time, each of which connects to a different bitcoind? Yes.

question was: Have one p2pool process connecting to multiple bitcoind processes via RPC at the same time?
you have answered: No.
how should I undersand this: [BITCOIND_RPCUSERPASS [BITCOIND_RPCUSERPASS ...]]
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October 18, 2015, 09:23:18 PM
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question was: Have one p2pool process connecting to multiple bitcoind processes via RPC at the same time?
you have answered: No.
how should I undersand this: [BITCOIND_RPCUSERPASS [BITCOIND_RPCUSERPASS ...]]

Fallback option?

You might be able to connect to multiple bitcoinds with a load balancer, maybe.

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October 18, 2015, 09:27:42 PM
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Hmm, my payout is about 1/10 of what my graph shows it should be...

Graph shows ~0.02, payout was <0.002

Edit: Nevermind. Blockchain timestamp is UTC. The time difference takes care of some of that. Close enough. Next block, please.

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October 18, 2015, 11:12:19 PM
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Edit: Nevermind. Blockchain timestamp is UTC. The time difference takes care of some of that. Close enough. Next block, please.

One of the many beauties of p2pool - payments are always correct & always paid. No reliance on any middleman & no chance of being conned  Smiley
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October 18, 2015, 11:17:10 PM
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Edit: Nevermind. Blockchain timestamp is UTC. The time difference takes care of some of that. Close enough. Next block, please.

One of the many beauties of p2pool - payments are always correct & always paid. No reliance on any middleman & no chance of being conned  Smiley

And no chain of ownership Smiley

Though it surely is not completely anonymous. Just how traceable is p2pool?

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October 18, 2015, 11:22:49 PM
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Edit: Nevermind. Blockchain timestamp is UTC. The time difference takes care of some of that. Close enough. Next block, please.

One of the many beauties of p2pool - payments are always correct & always paid. No reliance on any middleman & no chance of being conned  Smiley

And no chain of ownership Smiley

Though it surely is not completely anonymous. Just how traceable is p2pool?

All coins mined by p2pool are freshly minted virgin coins. No history at all. Anyone can see to what address the payments have gone to of course, if that's what you mean.
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October 19, 2015, 01:22:09 AM
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If your mining on your own public node then it's IP is traceable, if your mining on someone else's node then they can see your miners IP... The latency introduced by using VPN or Tor will kill most of your shares...

That being said its about as anonymous as you can get until you spend the coins, then the recipient can easily tell they are fresh P2Pool block reward coins and depending on what you buy will most likely need some kind of contact info for you.  You could mix them first if your really paranoid...

I'd say overall P2Pool is highly private, but like with anything else bitcoin only truly anonymous if you follow strict and comprehensive practices to avoid identity disclosure from day 1.

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October 19, 2015, 02:02:12 AM
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If your mining on your own public node then it's IP is traceable, if your mining on someone else's node then they can see your miners IP... The latency introduced by using VPN or Tor will kill most of your shares...

That being said its about as anonymous as you can get until you spend the coins, then the recipient can easily tell they are fresh P2Pool block reward coins and depending on what you buy will most likely need some kind of contact info for you.  You could mix them first if your really paranoid...

I'd say overall P2Pool is highly private, but like with anything else bitcoin only truly anonymous if you follow strict and comprehensive practices to avoid identity disclosure from day 1.

So what I'm hearing is: Mine on your neighbor's wifi Wink

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October 19, 2015, 02:13:03 AM
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Haha! Nice call... But even then keeping your power consumption and heat output low enough to be undetectable from outside your house might prove to be challenging...  Wink

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October 19, 2015, 03:21:25 AM
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Any idea why payouts drop off so precipitously when I have any issues with my setup. I mean, obviously the payout builds up slowly over time but surely they should drop of at a similar rate? I made some changes which apparently stopped p2pool from producing valid shares then shortly after that, my potential payout dropped from near .025 btc to around .002 in almost no time.

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October 19, 2015, 04:23:21 AM
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This is what I'm talking about.



If it's shares over the last 24 hours, surely the payout should drop slowly as old shares expire (which it seems to do on Fri 16th to Sat 17th)?

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