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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2566838 times)
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October 23, 2015, 11:57:48 PM
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you mean this one http://lnlb.sourceforge.net/ for example?

Maybe. I don't know enough about it. I would imagine that p2pool talking to bitcoind is simple enough that simple load balancing would be enough but I don't know enough to say for sure.

I have found crossroads as a load balancer possible able to do this work. I am going soon to test running two bitcoind with two independent internet connections and let my p2pool node to be connected to them over crossroads.

Let us know how it goes!

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October 24, 2015, 09:22:17 AM
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Hello!

Here's my post with all the firmware for antminer s5 ---- https://forum.bits.media/index.php?/blog/194/entry-337-proshivka-antminer-s5-cgminer-490-ot-kolivas/
Post in Russian language.
Install like normal firmware from BITMAN.
After rebooting cgminer no falls  Smiley

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October 24, 2015, 09:37:57 AM
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Hello!

Here's my post with all the firmware for antminer s5 ---- https://forum.bits.media/index.php?/blog/194/entry-337-proshivka-antminer-s5-cgminer-490-ot-kolivas/
Post in Russian language.
Install like normal firmware from BITMAN.
After rebooting cgminer no falls  Smiley

Ah yes - I wondered where I got this firmware from, I noticed the "White" sig in the firmware release - many thanks for this work igorwhite.

I have used a webtranslator for your blog, but much of the details are lost in translation - can you tell me what firmware has queue 0 & submit stale?

Thanks  Smiley

Edit: Also, is there a queue 1 & submit stale?
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October 24, 2015, 10:21:33 AM
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For p2pool only better CGM 4.9.0 queue 0
submit stale it is to reduce the orphan (do not know exactly how to say in English) but this is not good because at p2pool also pay for orphan

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October 24, 2015, 10:24:29 AM
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For p2pool only better CGM 4.9.0 queue 0
submit stale it is to reduce the orphan (do not know exactly how to say in English) but this is not good because at p2pool also pay for orphan


OK - so that is download number 1)?

First on the list?

Or number 3)?

Sorry, it's difficult to tell  Wink
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October 24, 2015, 10:33:48 AM
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The latest firmware from Bitman (adjustable fan) cgminer 4.9.0 and queue 0 https://yadi.sk/d/9DZhkgcjjNKtZ
Previous firmware on the Bitman (without adjusting the fan) cgminer 4.9.0 and queue 0 https://yadi.sk/d/biL8s7URh59Zp

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October 24, 2015, 10:38:24 AM
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The latest firmware from Bitman (adjustable fan) cgminer 4.9.0 and queue 0 https://yadi.sk/d/9DZhkgcjjNKtZ
Previous firmware on the Bitman (without adjusting the fan) cgminer 4.9.0 and queue 0 https://yadi.sk/d/biL8s7URh59Zp

Right, so as I understand it, the correct one to use for p2pool on your blog is the first one (No. 1). This uses a queue 0, lowmem & submit stale - am I correct?

Thanks again igorwhite - I will test & send you a tip to the BTC address on your blog  Smiley
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October 24, 2015, 10:48:19 AM
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Yes

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October 24, 2015, 10:54:59 AM
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Yes

Cпacибo!!  Grin
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October 24, 2015, 11:17:53 AM
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OK - it's a little confusing, but here goes:

I inspected both downloads 1 & 3 and found that number 1 actually uses --no-submit-stale, while number 3 does not (this can be seen in the /etc/init.d/cgminer.sh file on line 69), which is where the confusion lies. So, the one to use is actually number 3 which is labelled SD-S5-20150107_cgm_4_9_0-queue_0_no-submit.tar.gz - as the "no-submit" part of the name actually means that it has been removed from the parameters & thus will submit stales.

It is also the one I uploaded here:   https://www.dropbox.com/s/gk6gva5e12g4qsr/SD-S5-20150107_cgm_4_9_0-queue_0_no-submit.tar.gz?dl=0

& igorwhite - it might be worthwhile swapping the names over to avoid any more confusion for native English speakers - or I can do an English translation for you if you like?
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October 24, 2015, 11:34:33 AM
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Be careful to not offend him man! his english may be better than yours.
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p3yot33at3r I was not saying yours is not good btw
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October 24, 2015, 11:38:34 AM
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Be careful man! his english may be better than yours Smiley

 Cheesy Cheesy Probably true, my other half is always correcting me  Wink
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October 24, 2015, 12:05:01 PM
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you mean this one http://lnlb.sourceforge.net/ for example?

Maybe. I don't know enough about it. I would imagine that p2pool talking to bitcoind is simple enough that simple load balancing would be enough but I don't know enough to say for sure.

I have found crossroads as a load balancer possible able to do this work. I am going soon to test running two bitcoind with two independent internet connections and let my p2pool node to be connected to them over crossroads.

Let us know how it goes!

crossroads installed on my ubuntu with
Code:
sudo apt-get install crossroads
running it with
Code:
screen -d -m -S crossroads xr --web-interface 10.0.0.16:28332 --server tcp:127.0.0.1:18332 --backend 127.0.0.1:8332 --backend 10.0.0.16:8332 --backend 10.1.0.10:8332
to my p2pool run script I have added
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--bitcoind-rpc-port 18332
crossroads can be controled from web browser at 10.0.0.16:28332
while p2pool gave me an error if I put more than one rpc login/password, I have changed all rpc login/password at all bitcoind servers to be the same
if one of bitcoind servers dies than another took his work automatically
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October 24, 2015, 01:45:36 PM
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Anyone getting good numbers with S7? Seem to lose 400-500 GH/s.





Big difference in what is reported in cgminer, and at the pool.
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October 24, 2015, 06:16:33 PM
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4,8GH/s on pool ... 4,1GH/s on web interface, what the problem  Roll Eyes web interface is a crappy thing after all.  Grin
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October 25, 2015, 06:51:10 AM
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Hello!
torepia, you configure s7 btc_address/5000+16384 you do not know what values are needed for s5?

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October 26, 2015, 02:39:09 AM
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Hello!
torepia, you configure s7 btc_address/5000+16384 you do not know what values are needed for s5?

There is no "perfect" number for you to run. I just sat diff to 16384 to see if it could help on the hashrate, because p2pool was giving me 1k diff.
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October 27, 2015, 10:58:25 AM
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Bad luck seems to be a problem with many pools atm, I've been reading loads of theories on pool threads as to why. Personally, I think it's just the increased diff - any thoughts anyone?

BTW, I can't remember the last time I found an NMC block - anyone else found one lately?
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October 27, 2015, 01:45:39 PM
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Bad luck seems to be a problem with many pools atm, I've been reading loads of theories on pool threads as to why. Personally, I think it's just the increased diff - any thoughts anyone?

BTW, I can't remember the last time I found an NMC block - anyone else found one lately?

Isn't the global has rate just calculated by the rates as self-reported by pools? If a pool added a bunch of hash rate and didn't report it, that could explain it.

One thing is sure, if some are getting unlucky, someone else is getting lucky. Unless the time between blocks is getting longer (and there's another difficulty adjustment soon and it looks like it's going up, not down).

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October 27, 2015, 07:20:56 PM
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Bad luck seems to be a problem with many pools atm, I've been reading loads of theories on pool threads as to why. Personally, I think it's just the increased diff - any thoughts anyone?

BTW, I can't remember the last time I found an NMC block - anyone else found one lately?

Isn't the global has rate just calculated by the rates as self-reported by pools? If a pool added a bunch of hash rate and didn't report it, that could explain it.

One thing is sure, if some are getting unlucky, someone else is getting lucky. Unless the time between blocks is getting longer (and there's another difficulty adjustment soon and it looks like it's going up, not down).
No, global hash rate is calculated based upon the current network difficulty and the block solve times.  That's why you see crazy spikes up and down in the overall hash rate - it's just an estimate.  The global rate has no knowledge of any pools or their hash rate.  Even pools only calculate their hash rate based upon submitted shares.  They really have no idea what at what rate your miner is hashing.  They estimate it based upon share submission.

That's why the difficulty adjusts every 2016 blocks... that was assumed to be a long enough time to get a pretty good overall feeling on how the network is performing and still be relatively resistant to variant spikes.

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