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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2559408 times)
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February 16, 2018, 04:00:22 AM
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I have tried to pass "d=12000" as a password for the miner, but I do not think it made any difference.
The password is ignored. To set the difficulty to 12k, append "+12000" to your worker username.

http://xpool.net/faq.html -- ctrl-f pseudo

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February 16, 2018, 04:20:45 AM
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From -ck's post about the rules of the Mining section:

2. This section is for BITCOIN MINING and related discussion ONLY. All bitcoin forks and alternate cryptocurrencies and discussion of them should be directed to a dedicated forum for those, or one of the altcoin subforums on this forum. All discussion regarding them will be moved without warning to the altcoin sections. If your topic is related to multiple currencies, then unless it is primarily about bitcoin it will be moved. Even if it is about sha256d mining but not about bitcoin it will be moved...

These are the rules of the forum. It's my job as a moderator to enforce them.

Any posts after this that are primarily altcoin-related will be deleted.

It would therefore be best to create that new thread in Pools (Altcoins) like I requested.
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February 16, 2018, 01:43:35 PM
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Thank you jtoomim for a difficulty hint, working through this.

trying Version: 33.3 from https://github.com/jtoomim/p2pool/releases and seeing below error 

Code:
2018-02-16 08:12:27.479200 Generating a share with 1033342 bytes (8442 new) and 1346 transactions (31 new)
Unhandled Error
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/bitcoin/p2pool-33.3/p2pool/main.py", line 692, in run
    reactor.run()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/twisted/internet/base.py", line 1194, in run
    self.mainLoop()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/twisted/internet/base.py", line 1203, in mainLoop
    self.runUntilCurrent()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/twisted/internet/base.py", line 825, in runUntilCurrent
    call.func(*call.args, **call.kw)
--- <exception caught here> ---
  File "/home/bitcoin/p2pool-33.3/p2pool/bitcoin/stratum.py", line 38, in _send_work
    x, got_response = self.wb.get_work(*self.wb.preprocess_request('' if self.username is None else self.username))
  File "/home/bitcoin/p2pool-33.3/p2pool/bitcoin/worker_interface.py", line 129, in get_work
    x, handler = self._inner.get_work(*args)
  File "/home/bitcoin/p2pool-33.3/p2pool/work.py", line 358, in get_work
    self.node.bitcoind_work.value['bits'].target)*self.node.net.SPREAD)*self.node.net.PARENT.DUST_THRESHOLD/block_subsidy))
exceptions.UnboundLocalError: local variable 'block_subsidy' referenced before assignment

in bitcoin daemon have the following:

Code:
blockmaxsize=1000000
blockmaxweight=4000000
mintxfee=0.00002
minrelaytxfee=0.00002

This could be a result of me playing with "username" format to pass difficulty...

[Q1] I will try other releases meantime. Lost in which one is THE one for jtoomim, can you help?
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February 16, 2018, 01:56:57 PM
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I will try other releases meantime. Lost in which one is THE one for jtoomim, can you help?
The current code is in the 1mb_segwit branch. I haven't been keeping the release tags up to date.

These are the rules of the forum. It's my job as a moderator to enforce them.

Any posts after this that are primarily altcoin-related will be deleted.
My reading of the rule is that this topic does not violate the rule. Take this sentence:

If your topic is related to multiple currencies, then unless it is primarily about bitcoin it will be moved.
This topic is about p2pool. P2pool is related to multiple currencies, but it is primarily about Bitcoin. As such, I do not think that this topic violates that rule. Note that the rule says "topic", not "post". My reading of the rule is that a post about an altcoin is permitted in this forum if it is relevant to the topic of the thread, and the topic is mostly about Bitcoin Mining.

P2pool has supported mining Litecoin as well as Bitcoin from the same codebase since 2012. Choosing to start forbidding altcoin posts after 6 years of allowing them is extremely disruptive. If you insist on forbidding them now, we will need to find another forum.

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February 16, 2018, 06:44:18 PM
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p2pool.org website is not showing full and updated information, for example, in the "miner dashboard" page, it shows only expected payout.

same thing for "P2Pool Node Data" , "Recent Blocks", "Active Miners (node)", and "Recent Shares (node)"

Anyone facing the same issue?

I’m on vacation (which is when things typically break), but everything looks ok from here, can you elaborate?

for example ,
1) the miner dashboard page shows only the expected payout for the corresponding BTC address without showing the hash rate graph or the recent shares.

2)  the node dashboard page dose not show my BTC address and others's in the active miner tab or in the recent share tab.

3) the recent blocks mined by the pool only show the ones that one year old or more

The active miner tab in P2Pool Global Dashboard page is working fine
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February 17, 2018, 03:34:31 AM
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This topic is about p2pool. P2pool is related to multiple currencies, but it is primarily about Bitcoin. As such, I do not think that this topic violates that rule. Note that the rule says "topic", not "post". My reading of the rule is that a post about an altcoin is permitted in this forum if it is relevant to the topic of the thread, and the topic is mostly about Bitcoin Mining.

P2pool has supported mining Litecoin as well as Bitcoin from the same codebase since 2012. Choosing to start forbidding altcoin posts after 6 years of allowing them is extremely disruptive. If you insist on forbidding them now, we will need to find another forum.

Altcoin P2Pool has grown in significance and popularity relative to Bitcoin P2Pool over the past year, and it will continue to grow in significance as altcoins continue to grow in popularity, adoption, and market capitalization. Such significance, visibility, and popularity were not present before the cryptocurrency boom last year. Recent posts in this thread have hinted at this, as a growing proportion of these posts have been primarily about Litecoin and/or Bitcoin Cash, especially since after you released your jtoomimnet Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash P2Pool forks. So no, this topic has ceased to be mostly about Bitcoin mining.

Also, P2Pool did not support Bitcoin Cash until you released your BCH P2Pool fork.

It would therefore be more prudent and more beneficial to have discussions regarding altcoin P2Pool moved to the altcoin board, which is the proper place for such discussions and where such discussions are allowed to be more focused and more thorough. It would also allow this current thread to be more focused and more thorough when discussing the various aspects of Bitcoin P2Pool.

I understand that the underlying codebase may have far-reaching similarities between the different coins that P2Pool supports. In such cases where a post would cover both Bitcoin and altcoins, it would then be simply a case of posting in both threads, with links and/or quotes to/from each thread if necessary, and then distilling further discussions from that point on into their respective threads. It would be like how -ck deals with his ckpool.org and solo.ckpool.org threads.

Also, I'm not forbidding altcoin posts, but merely insisting on having them in the proper designated area.
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February 17, 2018, 04:36:21 AM
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This topic is about p2pool. P2pool is related to multiple currencies, but it is primarily about Bitcoin. As such, I do not think that this topic violates that rule. Note that the rule says "topic", not "post". My reading of the rule is that a post about an altcoin is permitted in this forum if it is relevant to the topic of the thread, and the topic is mostly about Bitcoin Mining.

P2pool has supported mining Litecoin as well as Bitcoin from the same codebase since 2012. Choosing to start forbidding altcoin posts after 6 years of allowing them is extremely disruptive. If you insist on forbidding them now, we will need to find another forum.

Altcoin P2Pool has grown in significance and popularity relative to Bitcoin P2Pool over the past year, and it will continue to grow in significance as altcoins continue to grow in popularity, adoption, and market capitalization. Such significance, visibility, and popularity were not present before the cryptocurrency boom last year. Recent posts in this thread have hinted at this, as a growing proportion of these posts have been primarily about Litecoin and/or Bitcoin Cash, especially since after you released your jtoomimnet Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash P2Pool forks. So no, this topic has ceased to be mostly about Bitcoin mining.

Also, P2Pool did not support Bitcoin Cash until you released your BCH P2Pool fork.

It would therefore be more prudent and more beneficial to have discussions regarding altcoin P2Pool moved to the altcoin board, which is the proper place for such discussions and where such discussions are allowed to be more focused and more thorough. It would also allow this current thread to be more focused and more thorough when discussing the various aspects of Bitcoin P2Pool.

I understand that the underlying codebase may have far-reaching similarities between the different coins that P2Pool supports. In such cases where a post would cover both Bitcoin and altcoins, it would then be simply a case of posting in both threads, with links and/or quotes to/from each thread if necessary, and then distilling further discussions from that point on into their respective threads. It would be like how -ck deals with his ckpool.org and solo.ckpool.org threads.

Also, I'm not forbidding altcoin posts, but merely insisting on having them in the proper designated area.

especially since after you released your jtoomimnet Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash P2Pool forks.
Perhaps there is a misunderstanding here. I did not release "Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash P2pool forks". I only released one fork. That fork was created to allow p2pool to create blocks that were consistently 1 MB (or more) in size, as a fix to #341. The changes that I made early on in that fork broke p2pool's existing Litecoin compatibility. This prevented me from merging my code back into the p2pool/p2pool github master branch, which in turn forced my fork to remain a fork and forced the mainnet and jtoomimnet p2pool networks to remain separate. So bugs on altcoins affect the BTC pool.

Recently, I unbroke Litecoin compatibility in my code, and allowed people to mine with my code on the mainnet Litecoin p2pool. Unlike BTC, it's the same pool, same network, and 100% compatible with forrestv's legacy code branch. It just has better performance. Soon, once I work out the last few bugs and find the time to do some git wrangling, I will submit a pull request to p2pool/p2pool master which will unify the BTC p2pool networks and get everyone mining into the same BTC pool.

Support for mining Bitcoin Cash is new and unique to my code, but it is also not a fork. It's the same codebase as is used for the jtoomimnet BTC pool. Adding Bitcoin Cash support took 5 commits out of 1775 total commits. It was basically just adding config files for Bitcoin Cash.

Frodocooper, everyone in this thread except you agrees that splitting this into two separate threads -- one for Bitcoin, and one for everything else -- is unnecessary and would make it harder to participate in the p2pool community. Most of the people who have altcoin p2pool nodes also have a BTC p2pool node. Forcing us to use one thread if your node's port is 9327, 9348, or 7903 and a different thread if your node's port is 9332 is silly and arbitrary.

Altcoin P2Pool has grown in significance and popularity relative to Bitcoin P2Pool over the past year, and it will continue to grow in significance as altcoins continue to grow in popularity, adoption, and market capitalization. Such significance, visibility, and popularity were not present before the cryptocurrency boom last year.
This is the core of the issue. Bitcoin's market dominance used to be 95% or more. At that time, it might have made sense to segregate off non-Bitcoin discussions into their own sideshows. Now, Bitcoin's market dominance is only 35%, and so the distinction between Bitcoin and non-Bitcoin has become less important. Nowadays, Bitcoin is just one of many cryptocurrencies. As such, it no longer makes sense to give Bitcoin privileged status.

Splitting the discussion into Bitcoin and non-Bitcoin does not make sense. Moving the discussion entirely into the Altcoin forum doesn't make sense either, as Bitcoin is still the largest p2pool community.

This forum's structure was designed around a hierarchy that no longer exists. This forum topic should perhaps be in a forum titled "Cryptocurrency Mining" to encompass both Bitcoin and Altcoin. Unless you're planning on creating that forum, I suggest you just leave things as they are, since it seems to be working as it is.

Otherwise, we will need to move this discussion to another forum. I have created a thread on forum.bitcoin.com should that prove to be necessary:

https://forum.bitcoin.com/pools/p2pool-decentralized-dos-resistant-trustless-censorship-resistant-pool-t69932.html

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February 17, 2018, 05:10:30 AM
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Perhaps there is a misunderstanding here. I did not release "Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash P2pool forks". I only released one fork...

Understood. My bad on that part, then.

Frodocooper, everyone in this thread except you agrees that splitting this into two separate threads -- one for Bitcoin, and one for everything else -- is unnecessary and would make it harder to participate in the p2pool community...

Nevertheless, this thread, and everyone in this thread, exists on a privately owned and operated forum with its own set of rules. This thread, and everyone in this thread, is therefore subject to those rules, of which it is my job to enforce.

This is the core of the issue. Bitcoin's market dominance used to be 95% or more. At that time, it might have made sense to segregate off non-Bitcoin discussions into their own sideshows. Now, Bitcoin's market dominance is only 35%, and so the distinction between Bitcoin and non-Bitcoin has become less important. Nowadays, Bitcoin is just one of many cryptocurrencies. As such, it no longer makes sense to give Bitcoin privileged status.

Splitting the discussion into Bitcoin and non-Bitcoin does not make sense. Moving the discussion entirely into the Altcoin forum doesn't make sense either, as Bitcoin is still the largest p2pool community.

This forum's structure was designed around a hierarchy that no longer exists. This forum topic should perhaps be in a forum titled "Cryptocurrency Mining" to encompass both Bitcoin and Altcoin. Unless you're planning on creating that forum, I suggest you just leave things as they are, since it seems to be working as it is.

Point taken. Nevertheless, it is not within my power nor authority to decide whether this forum should be named the Bitcoin Forum or the Cryptocurrency Forum, or whether the forum as a whole should encompass all coins under one umbrella. That's theymos' role. My job is merely to enforce the rules as they are.

If you would like to have these rules changed to acknowledge and accommodate your requests, then I suggest you contact theymos about it. If you'd also like to discuss this further in public, then feel free to post about it on the Meta board. This discussion is already off-topic in this thread as it is.

Therefore, until theymos says otherwise, my stance remains: all further altcoin-related discussions in this thread will be deleted without notice. Also, all further discussion regarding this should be taken to the Meta board.
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February 17, 2018, 06:00:18 AM
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So how do you start a node in that forked jtoomin network? -w 9334 or what? Where is readme or something? It is very bad to split small p2pool in two small networks - ill hope it doesent go any smaller from this :O I think that share diff should be increased 10x at least.
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February 17, 2018, 07:19:00 AM
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Installation instructions for p2pool (both jtoomimnet and mainnet) can be found in the second post of this thread:

https://forum.bitcoin.com/pools/p2pool-decentralized-dos-resistant-trustless-censorship-resistant-pool-t69932.html

I recommend that all subsequent discussion of p2pool be done in that thread, as it seems that the majority of p2pool-related discussion is now being considered off-topic in this thread. That forum's software is better, too. And, unlike bitcointalk, it's not blocked by the Great Firewall of China.

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February 17, 2018, 08:33:27 AM
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Installation instructions for p2pool (both jtoomimnet and mainnet) can be found in the second post of this thread:

https://forum.bitcoin.com/pools/p2pool-decentralized-dos-resistant-trustless-censorship-resistant-pool-t69932.html

I recommend that all subsequent discussion of p2pool be done in that thread, as it seems that the majority of p2pool-related discussion is now being considered off-topic in this thread. That forum's software is better, too.

Thank You Smiley
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March 17, 2018, 11:35:35 AM
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2) I connected to someone's node (because I do not know how to create one) that has an average ping time of 75 ms, is this good?
75 ms is fine. The network latency to the node is a lot less important than the CPU speed of the node. A node with a slow CPU might take 3000 ms to hand out new work to your workers, whereas a node with a fast CPU might only take 500 ms. Whether you're adding 1 ms or 200 ms of network latency to that is nearly (but not quite) irrelevant.


looking at the nodes' scanner page, is there anything can tell us about CPU speed of a node?
I think you mean hashrate, and yes this is JT's currently:
Local rate: 58.1TH/s (2.1% DOA) Expected time to share: 2.1 minutes
http://ml.toom.im:9332/static/

Hi guys, I have few questions:)

1. Where I can find information, when blocks have been found by jtomim fork? Historical data and current data from last few months? I am considering to mine on p2pool.
2. Is anyone still mining on forrestv branch? EDIT: I've just read about jtomim plans to merge both branches. When is that going to happen? Smiley
3. Is jtomim fork supporting BECH32 addresses, native segwit? Can I mine there with bc1 Bitcoin address?

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March 23, 2018, 07:26:20 PM
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Hello,
In the last few days, has the hash power of 2PH been reduced to less than 1PH, who knows why more than 50% of the miners have left?
Thanks.
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March 24, 2018, 04:22:42 PM
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First I am sorry if this was asked but I thought we get a payout when a block has been found. There has been two blocks found by p2pool this week, screenshot is from BlockTrail
https://image.ibb.co/f8wjLS/Blocktrail.jpg


I have been mining with the pool for times the blocks were found with expected payouts
https://image.ibb.co/bMwqun/Pool.jpg

I still haven't received any payout. Do I have to wait 3 days for the payout? Any info will be greatly appreciated.



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March 24, 2018, 11:36:45 PM
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The last blocks were found in the network jtoomimnet
Here is the scanner of the nodes of this network: http://p2pool.top/scanner/btc-j/



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March 25, 2018, 01:22:59 PM
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The last blocks were found in the network jtoomimnet
Here is the scanner of the nodes of this network: http://p2pool.top/scanner/btc-j/

So is jtoomimnet's network separate from the old network?

Also, is there a website for jtoomimnet's network in which we can monitor activities and connect to nodes? I know only this website: p2pool.org



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So if I switch to jtoomimnet's node I lose all the work I put into the p2pool.org node?
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March 27, 2018, 05:17:21 PM
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Yes. You start from zero again.

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March 27, 2018, 10:38:34 PM
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Yes. You start from zero again.

Currently, I am not running a local node. Do you know how to connect to a public node of jtoomimnet's network?
Like in the old P2pool nerwork, there is this website http://p2pool.org/stats/node_scanner.php
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March 28, 2018, 10:10:19 AM
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 Try this web site https://p2pool.coinpool.pw/
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