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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2567597 times)
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December 10, 2015, 08:06:05 PM
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Hey, I have a problem
I am not able to connect to this pool, can someone help me.

What node & settings are you using?
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December 10, 2015, 09:03:12 PM
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Again proof of concept, no way a single 21 comp would be able to keep a share in the P2Pool chain.

Ok, for the glory, i understand this
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December 10, 2015, 09:33:30 PM
Last edit: December 10, 2015, 09:47:00 PM by windpath
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Again proof of concept, no way a single 21 comp would be able to keep a share in the P2Pool chain.

Ok, for the glory, i understand this http://imagizer.imageshack.us/a/img907/8870/QU4txT.gif

Well, while a single 21 comp would not maintain a share, a few hundred or thousand certainly could...
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December 10, 2015, 10:31:01 PM
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BLOCK!!  Smiley
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December 11, 2015, 01:54:15 AM
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Well, while a single 21 comp would not maintain a share, a few hundred or thousand certainly could...

and ...   I see the goal, now : propose a package for developping plateform ... discharged on the P2Pool instead of variable (and shutdowning) pools collection.

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December 11, 2015, 02:21:14 AM
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Note the new P2Pool Hardfork version 15 currently does not support the BitcoinXT client (neither the 0.11C nor pre-release 0.11D version) and won't fully startup unless you're running BTCore 0.11.2.  

Forest: when BitcoinXT gets the BIP65 pull request merged in, will P2Pool be able to support the resulting BXT version #?

I'm not sure what version number they'll use, but when they release it (and somebody tells me), I will whitelist it and release P2Pool 15.1.

Hey Forrestv, v0.11D of BitcoinXT is now officially released with support for BIP65: https://github.com/bitcoinxt/bitcoinxt/releases/tag/v0.11D

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December 11, 2015, 02:40:10 AM
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Hey Forrestv, v0.11D of BitcoinXT is now officially released with support for BIP65: https://github.com/bitcoinxt/bitcoinxt/releases/tag/v0.11D

Okay, can you post the output of the RPC getinfo command?

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December 11, 2015, 04:09:39 AM
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Hey Forrestv, v0.11D of BitcoinXT is now officially released with support for BIP65: https://github.com/bitcoinxt/bitcoinxt/releases/tag/v0.11D

Okay, can you post the output of the RPC getinfo command?

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{
"version" : 110000,
"protocolversion" : 70010,
"blocks" : 387805,
"timeoffset" : 0,
"connections" : 1,
"proxy" : "",
"difficulty" : 79102380900.22598267,
"testnet" : false,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"relayfee" : 0.00010000,
"errors" : ""
}

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December 11, 2015, 08:00:41 AM
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I tried raising those two parameters in bitcoin.conf and it made absolutely no difference, in fact I had 10s latency from the outset whereas it usually takes several hours to get to 10s.

Nice to get two payouts today though after a weekend of famine.
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December 11, 2015, 10:37:12 AM
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Regarding trying to increase adoption of p2pool....

are there any 'official' packaged releases of p2pool for Linux and/or Windows ?

Thinking that if there are not, establishing packages in the main repositories may be a good way to promote adoption.

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December 11, 2015, 12:54:02 PM
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Regarding trying to increase adoption of p2pool....

are there any 'official' packaged releases of p2pool for Linux and/or Windows ?

Thinking that if there are not, establishing packages in the main repositories may be a good way to promote adoption.

https://github.com/p2pool/p2pool

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December 11, 2015, 02:28:27 PM
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It's alive! (barely) The 21 Bitcoin Computer running P2Pool (proof of concept)

https://twitter.com/CoinCadence/status/674982369884008448


Wow that's neat, I expected some fun stuff to come from 21 Bitcoin computer. Good job.


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December 11, 2015, 02:57:05 PM
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Regarding trying to increase adoption of p2pool....

are there any 'official' packaged releases of p2pool for Linux and/or Windows ?

Thinking that if there are not, establishing packages in the main repositories may be a good way to promote adoption.

A livecd might be interesting. Or possibly a VM.

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December 11, 2015, 02:58:48 PM
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Hey Forrestv, v0.11D of BitcoinXT is now officially released with support for BIP65: https://github.com/bitcoinxt/bitcoinxt/releases/tag/v0.11D

Okay, can you post the output of the RPC getinfo command?

You should merge my pull request https://github.com/p2pool/p2pool/pull/287
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December 11, 2015, 08:15:10 PM
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Regarding trying to increase adoption of p2pool....

are there any 'official' packaged releases of p2pool for Linux and/or Windows ?

Thinking that if there are not, establishing packages in the main repositories may be a good way to promote adoption.

A livecd might be interesting. Or possibly a VM.

Or even just availability in .deb and/or .rpm format with all the dependencies taken care of.....


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December 12, 2015, 05:28:41 AM
Last edit: December 12, 2015, 10:25:29 AM by -ck
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I've been working with some experimental ckproxy code designed to consolidate multiple user logins into different upstream connections. As a practical upshot of this I'm able to create a p2pool node that should accept many workers to the same user login without slowing down the p2pool node behind it. Each different user that logs in will add extra load because of the way p2pool is designed but it does allow me to create a public p2pool node that should be able to cope with many more workers than a regular p2pool node is able to.

As an experiment then, I've put up a public p2pool node with a 1% fee to test this out. So if you would like to help test it out, please direct your miners to:

Code:
stratum+tcp://node.ckpool.org:9332

If you wish to monitor progress, the actual statistics and graphs etc. are visible at http://node.ckpool.org:19332 but please don't use this url too often as it speaks directly to the p2pool node behind ckproxy.

What I'm looking for most of all are people to test multiple workers logged in with the same username, and remember to use your bitcoin address to log in with!
If it proves mildly popular I may leave this node up long term. Please give it a go.

EDIT: That node is in west coast USA. If there is demand I can also start up separate nodes in China and Germany...

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December 12, 2015, 10:09:22 AM
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Hi -ck,

What a coincidence, only yesterday I was looking at your ckproxy repo with thoughts on this exact same thing. US West is a long way away from me here in Europe, but I'll point a small S3 at it for testing purposes - hopefully more p2pool users will help out also.

Many thanks for taking the time & trouble to look into this & set it up - much appreciated  Smiley
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December 12, 2015, 10:45:37 AM
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I've been working with some experimental ckproxy code designed to consolidate multiple user logins into different upstream connections. As a practical upshot of this I'm able to create a p2pool node that should accept many workers to the same user login without slowing down the p2pool node behind it. Each different user that logs in will add extra load because of the way p2pool is designed but it does allow me to create a public p2pool node that should be able to cope with many more workers than a regular p2pool node is able to.

As an experiment then, I've put up a public p2pool node with a 1% fee to test this out. So if you would like to help test it out, please direct your miners to:

Code:
stratum+tcp://node.ckpool.org:9332

If you wish to monitor progress, the actual statistics and graphs etc. are visible at http://node.ckpool.org:19332 but please don't use this url too often as it speaks directly to the p2pool node behind ckproxy.

What I'm looking for most of all are people to test multiple workers logged in with the same username, and remember to use your bitcoin address to log in with!
If it proves mildly popular I may leave this node up long term. Please give it a go.

EDIT: That node is in west coast USA. If there is demand I can also start up separate nodes in China and Germany...

I have set one SP20 to work there (1PXJiWRQt3gNBAe4j6dbugEqhufJdgncCc)
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December 12, 2015, 10:49:12 AM
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Hi -ck,

What a coincidence, only yesterday I was looking at your ckproxy repo with thoughts on this exact same thing. US West is a long way away from me here in Europe, but I'll point a small S3 at it for testing purposes - hopefully more p2pool users will help out also.

Many thanks for taking the time & trouble to look into this & set it up - much appreciated  Smiley
Cool, so far so good. Since you're in the EU I guess I could set up the .de node as well. Will post here once it's ready and you can try that instead.

I forgot to mention the nodes are as equally well connected for fast block propagation as my solo ckpool is (they're part of my network of nodes) and have the same bitcoind optimisations.

Ok in addition I've added a node in Germany

Direct your miners to:
Code:
stratum+tcp://de.ckpool.org:9332

Statistics graphs etc. of that node are visible at http://de.ckpool.org:19332 but please don't use the URL too often

I have set one SP20 to work there (1PXJiWRQt3gNBAe4j6dbugEqhufJdgncCc)

Thanks, I appreciate the testing.

EDIT: This code is all still in TESTING so there may be issues. The de server is still not quite running properly.

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December 12, 2015, 10:59:08 AM
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Great - just swapped over to the de node  Smiley

ping to the US was 302ms, while to the de node it's only 54ms - much better!  Smiley

Let me know if you need anything else -ck.
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