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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2032872 times)
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August 16, 2012, 04:46:11 PM
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Standard p2pool merged mining configuration:
- BTC is split in pool
- all other currencies working as solo mine - you get all blocks you mine
Only p2pmining node was able to split other currencies reward, but it works as "normal" pool for them and as p2pool node for BTC.

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August 17, 2012, 07:34:40 AM
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Ok so on the machine doing the mining (edit:or where the BTC wallet is) not the p2pool server I need to have a BTC client and namecoin client ... start mining with the BTC client payout and the namecoin will just show up in the namecoin client?  just wanna get this straight...

Actually, no..
You have a p2pool node, with p2pool(-software), bitcoind and namecoind running. They all happily do merge mining together. Your miners connect to them and solve shares.
You have both a bitcoin and a namecoin wallet. They are created when bitcoind and namecoind start up the first time. When you receive bitcoins, you receive them in a random bitcoin-wallet address, or in the stated Bitcoin address. When you receive any merge mining payout, like namecoins, you receive them in a random address in your namecoin wallet.
You can check the balance and move funds through the client too, with "namecoind -info" or similar in a fresh console window. It then connects to the original merge-mining instance, does what you want, and disconnects/ends again.

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So, for security reasons, I suggest to bitcoin-mine to an external address. For the merged coins, backup all wallets somewhere else. Or transfer them to your vircurex .com account regularly, to exchange for bitcoins or fiat.

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August 17, 2012, 12:09:59 PM
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August 17, 2012, 11:08:46 PM
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I've been getting a lot of "Lost connection to bitcoind" lately. Last week it hardly ever happened. Anyone else been having this problem or know of a fix?

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August 17, 2012, 11:40:38 PM
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I've been getting a lot of "Lost connection to bitcoind" lately. Last week it hardly ever happened. Anyone else been having this problem or know of a fix?

The only time I see that is when the computer is overwhelmed.  Only happens on my single core miner.

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August 18, 2012, 05:36:06 PM
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I've been getting a lot of "Lost connection to bitcoind" lately. Last week it hardly ever happened. Anyone else been having this problem or know of a fix?

I find this happens when my internet is shaky.

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August 18, 2012, 07:05:34 PM
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I've been getting a lot of "Lost connection to bitcoind" lately. Last week it hardly ever happened. Anyone else been having this problem or know of a fix?

The only time I see that is when the computer is overwhelmed.  Only happens on my single core miner.

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Same here, mainly if there's really heavy disk I/O (e.g., during my automatic overnight backups to another drive) that causes the bitcoin client to be starved for a little while.

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August 19, 2012, 04:41:06 AM
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I have a three core CPU and there's nothing going on in the background. It seems to run fine for about a day then it starts messing up.

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August 19, 2012, 01:56:06 PM
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I have a three core CPU and there's nothing going on in the background. It seems to run fine for about a day then it starts messing up.
What version of bitcoin? 0.6.2 has a huge cpu usage bug.

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August 19, 2012, 03:28:39 PM
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OK when merged mining on p2pool where do the namecoins go?  

so I login with cgminer -o http://localhost:9332 -u my payout address -p x  

so how does node know where to send namecoins?  do I have to do another switch with namecoin ?  I am currently searching for this answer but nothing has turned up yet... perhaps my google-fu today is off the mark...

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it seems to just pull it directly from your namecoin client..  i was searching for the same thing, but after solving a block, i also had the namecoin merged stuff incoming as well (w/o doing anything extra)

But if I don't have a namecoin client running on same machine with the BTC client/wallet ... how does it know.. do they just go poof?
Oh, yeah... if you don't have namecoind or w/e running, yeah, you can't do the merged mining....  same with i0coin, ixcoin, and devcoin

Ok so on the machine doing the mining (edit:or where the BTC wallet is) not the p2pool server I need to have a BTC client and namecoin client ... start mining with the BTC client payout and the namecoin will just show up in the namecoin client?  just wanna get this straight...
it needs to be on the p2pool server,  standard p2pool *server doesn't distribute merged mining rewards, it takes it all for itself

So what happens if I get no shares for a block on BTC does that also mean no shares on namecoin?

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August 19, 2012, 03:40:09 PM
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So what happens if I get no shares for a block on BTC does that also mean no shares on namecoin?

Namecoin is not pooled.

If you are running a local namecoind instance, your namecoin earnings, if any, go straight into that wallet.  Namecoin difficulty is currently at about a million, so don't expect a whole lot if you are a smaller operation.  I think my moderately sized p2pool setup is picking up a namecoin block every other month, on average.

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August 20, 2012, 03:42:19 AM
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I have a three core CPU and there's nothing going on in the background. It seems to run fine for about a day then it starts messing up.
What version of bitcoin? 0.6.2 has a huge cpu usage bug.

I'm using 0.6.3

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August 20, 2012, 06:58:46 AM
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I'd like to stress out what

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77000.msg1112365#msg1112365

tells about p2pool!

It has the 'L' word in it... Smiley

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August 20, 2012, 12:52:01 PM
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I'd like to stress out what

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77000.msg1112365#msg1112365

tells about p2pool!

It has the 'L' word in it... Smiley

spiccioli

That chart isn't entirely accurate.  Things went sour when the extra 200g/h was added.  Yes, we did have one ridiculously good day when we got like 10 blocks, but most other days were not as good as they should have been when we were almost double the hash rate.

Since that user left, things have returned to normal.

I do think we have a scaling issue.

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August 20, 2012, 01:07:49 PM
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I'd like to stress out what

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77000.msg1112365#msg1112365

tells about p2pool!

It has the 'L' word in it... Smiley

spiccioli

That chart isn't entirely accurate.  Things went sour when the extra 200g/h was added.  Yes, we did have one ridiculously good day when we got like 10 blocks, but most other days were not as good as they should have been when we were almost double the hash rate.

Since that user left, things have returned to normal.

I do think we have a scaling issue.

M

I'm not so sure, a week is not enough to know, p2pool took 8 month to have a 90 days positive pool luck index.

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August 20, 2012, 01:21:11 PM
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I'd like to stress out what

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77000.msg1112365#msg1112365

tells about p2pool!

It has the 'L' word in it... Smiley

spiccioli

That chart isn't entirely accurate.  Things went sour when the extra 200g/h was added.  Yes, we did have one ridiculously good day when we got like 10 blocks, but most other days were not as good as they should have been when we were almost double the hash rate.

Since that user left, things have returned to normal.

I do think we have a scaling issue.

M

I'm not so sure, a week is not enough to know, p2pool took 8 month to have a 90 days positive pool luck index.

spiccioli

"6 weeks of no bad L" ... except for that period when we had an extra 200g/h.  Seems pretty convincing to me.

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August 20, 2012, 01:28:07 PM
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I'd like to stress out what

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77000.msg1112365#msg1112365

tells about p2pool!

It has the 'L' word in it... Smiley

spiccioli

That chart isn't entirely accurate.  Things went sour when the extra 200g/h was added.  Yes, we did have one ridiculously good day when we got like 10 blocks, but most other days were not as good as they should have been when we were almost double the hash rate.

Since that user left, things have returned to normal.

I do think we have a scaling issue.

M

I'm not so sure, a week is not enough to know, p2pool took 8 month to have a 90 days positive pool luck index.

spiccioli

"6 weeks of no bad L" ... except for that period when we had an extra 200g/h.  Seems pretty convincing to me.

M

No, it is "6 weeks of no bad L" including that period.

Maybe those extra 200 GH/s made p2pool bad luck last only a week instead of a month... who can say for sure?

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August 20, 2012, 01:29:37 PM
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"6 weeks of no bad L" ... except for that period when we had an extra 200g/h.  Seems pretty convincing to me.

You weren't paying attention.  The run of bad luck started before the rate jumped.

While it is still possible that we had a little initial bad luck, then luck returned to normal at the exact moment that we had a scaling problem, it is quite a stretch to call that convincing.

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August 20, 2012, 01:32:36 PM
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"6 weeks of no bad L" ... except for that period when we had an extra 200g/h.  Seems pretty convincing to me.

You weren't paying attention.  The run of bad luck started before the rate jumped.

While it is still possible that we had a little initial bad luck, then luck returned to normal at the exact moment that we had a scaling problem, it is quite a stretch to call that convincing.

Apparently the owner of that hash rate was convinced enough.

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August 20, 2012, 01:39:46 PM
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I'd like to stress out what

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77000.msg1112365#msg1112365

tells about p2pool!

It has the 'L' word in it... Smiley

spiccioli

That chart isn't entirely accurate.  Things went sour when the extra 200g/h was added.  Yes, we did have one ridiculously good day when we got like 10 blocks, but most other days were not as good as they should have been when we were almost double the hash rate.

I take comments like this seriously. If you show me and explain exactly which data is inaccurate and I'll fix it immediately.

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