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January 04, 2013, 07:05:23 PM
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After running overnight I see latency has improved alot for v11.

It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.

Sad

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Node uptime: 1.065 days

  1  [||||||||                                         12.1%]     Tasks: 39; 2 running
  2  [||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||                 57.1%]     Load average: 0.77 0.84 0.68
  Mem[|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||3699/3954MB]     Uptime: 3 days, 03:33:15
  Swp[|||||                                       180/2043MB]

  PID USER      PRI  NI  VIRT   RES   SHR S CPU% MEM%   TIME+  Command
    1 root       20   0 24332  1004   280 S  0.0  0.0  0:01.67 /sbin/init
11944 rav3n      20   0 2773M 2106M  3196 S  0.0 53.3 14:29.55 ├─ i0coind
11226 rav3n      20   0  793M  238M  2148 S  1.0  6.0 11:13.91 ├─ ixcoind
11063 rav3n      20   0  732M  114M  2792 S  0.0  2.9 11:09.80 ├─ namecoind
11004 rav3n      20   0  792M  155M  2660 S  1.0  3.9 12:39.08 ├─ devcoind
10333 rav3n      20   0  892M  122M  2488 S  1.0  3.1 16:38.70 ├─ litecoind
10138 rav3n      20   0  823M 35996  2484 S  0.0  0.9  8:45.10 ├─ terracoind
 9908 rav3n      20   0 1032M  202M 10764 S  3.0  5.1 30:20.22 ├─ bitcoind
 9703 rav3n      20   0 24800   492   348 S  0.0  0.0  0:11.57 ├─ SCREEN -U -d -m python /home/rav3n/p2pool/run_p2pool.py --merge
 9704 rav3n      20   0  613M  333M  2028 R 62.0  8.4  2h43:54 │  └─ python /home/rav3n/p2pool/run_p2pool.py --merged http://rav3
 9678 rav3n      20   0 24800   524   348 S  0.0  0.0  0:10.26 ├─ SCREEN -U -d -m python /home/rav3n/p2pool/run_p2pool.py -f 0.5
 9679 rav3n      20   0  450M 97292  1996 S  1.0  2.4 31:38.35 │  └─ python /home/rav3n/p2pool/run_p2pool.py -f 0.5 --irc-announc
 9673 rav3n      20   0 24800   492   300 S  0.0  0.0  0:07.20 ├─ SCREEN -U -d -m python /home/rav3n/p2pool/run_p2pool.py -f 0.5
 9674 rav3n      20   0  394M  185M  2020 S  0.0  4.7 45:34.11 │  └─ python /home/rav3n/p2pool/run_p2pool.py -f 0.5 --irc-announc

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January 04, 2013, 08:49:53 PM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
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I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.
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January 04, 2013, 08:56:59 PM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
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I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.

650MB after 2 days, which platform are u on?

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January 05, 2013, 12:12:32 AM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
spiccioli

I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.

650MB after 2 days, which platform are u on?

At 360mb after 2d 12hr on win 7 x64 (64-bit python, not executable).

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January 05, 2013, 11:21:16 AM
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I not understand, why ppl hacking code so bad...
And few funny "version: 1100 'madness'" and lots of "unknowns".

On LTC side only some unknowns.


i liked my 'crazed hookers' better

it does the unknown stuff on a ramdisk, i just changed what it said

oh, and someone earlier mentioned something about dropping incoming connections to 2... i think that's probably too low, but you do have to check which incoming (and outgoing) peers you have, since it seems like ones that are, say, 200ms+ are detrimental

oh, and more.. it's really easy to find fast peers with plenty of bandwidth in europe, but i've killed off a few incoming connections until i finally got a couple of 110-130ms connections in US, a 120ms in canada, and some 140ms or so in russia...   i have a decent connection latency wise, but i'm limited to jack and shit for upstream here in rural texas, so....    those seemed not to fluctuate much though

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January 05, 2013, 11:35:48 AM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
spiccioli

I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.


couldnt this be related to the increase in incoming connections?

my p2pool is at 300MB, limited to 10 outgoing and 6 incoming connections

my bitcoind is limited to 900 outgoing and 1000 total and it's at 4GB (well, ok, 3.5)


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January 05, 2013, 12:45:38 PM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
spiccioli

I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.


couldnt this be related to the increase in incoming connections?

my p2pool is at 300MB, limited to 10 outgoing and 6 incoming connections

my bitcoind is limited to 900 outgoing and 1000 total and it's at 4GB (well, ok, 3.5)

I have port forwarding completely turned off for p2pool.

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January 05, 2013, 05:39:54 PM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
spiccioli

I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.


couldnt this be related to the increase in incoming connections?

my p2pool is at 300MB, limited to 10 outgoing and 6 incoming connections

my bitcoind is limited to 900 outgoing and 1000 total and it's at 4GB (well, ok, 3.5)


i have no port forwarding and now after 2.5 days uptime with 50 outgoing connection it only uses 611MB!
this is clearly not p2pools fault, its the python version (or py2exe) fault. maybe its even more horrible on winblows.

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January 05, 2013, 05:44:27 PM
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If I have more than one network, I can:

1. In a one network run the bitcoind+p2pool and connect to it from all other computers.
2. Every network to run a separate bitcoind+p2pool.

As will be better?
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January 05, 2013, 06:18:52 PM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
spiccioli

I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.


couldnt this be related to the increase in incoming connections?

my p2pool is at 300MB, limited to 10 outgoing and 6 incoming connections

my bitcoind is limited to 900 outgoing and 1000 total and it's at 4GB (well, ok, 3.5)


i have no port forwarding and now after 2.5 days uptime with 50 outgoing connection it only uses 611MB!
this is clearly not p2pools fault, its the python version (or py2exe) fault. maybe its even more horrible on winblows.

50 outgoing connections?  all manual?

Only have 6 here, 1 of which is manual.

Maybe that's the source of your memory usage.

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Holliday, thanks.
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January 05, 2013, 08:19:53 PM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
spiccioli

I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.


couldnt this be related to the increase in incoming connections?

my p2pool is at 300MB, limited to 10 outgoing and 6 incoming connections

my bitcoind is limited to 900 outgoing and 1000 total and it's at 4GB (well, ok, 3.5)


i have no port forwarding and now after 2.5 days uptime with 50 outgoing connection it only uses 611MB!
this is clearly not p2pools fault, its the python version (or py2exe) fault. maybe its even more horrible on winblows.

50 outgoing connections?  all manual?

Only have 6 here, 1 of which is manual.

Maybe that's the source of your memory usage.

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611MB isnt alot! i did modify some parts (for example the connection one to allow 50 outgoing cons) to reduce my stale, im atm at 0.21% stale.
someone else did confirm they have heavy RAM Usage, my guess is that they use winblows with py2exe and therefore it leaks or to be correct, the unused RAM isnt being freed.

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January 05, 2013, 08:24:39 PM
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It still leaks memory, after less than a day I'm already around 1 Gb of ram used.
spiccioli

I can confirm this. 2 GB (RES) in 2-3 days and then I'm forced to restart.


couldnt this be related to the increase in incoming connections?

my p2pool is at 300MB, limited to 10 outgoing and 6 incoming connections

my bitcoind is limited to 900 outgoing and 1000 total and it's at 4GB (well, ok, 3.5)


i have no port forwarding and now after 2.5 days uptime with 50 outgoing connection it only uses 611MB!
this is clearly not p2pools fault, its the python version (or py2exe) fault. maybe its even more horrible on winblows.

50 outgoing connections?  all manual?

Only have 6 here, 1 of which is manual.

Maybe that's the source of your memory usage.

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611MB isnt alot! i did modify some parts (for example the connection one to allow 50 outgoing cons) to reduce my stale, im atm at 0.21% stale.
someone else did confirm they have heavy RAM Usage, my guess is that they use winblows with py2exe and therefore it leaks or to be correct, the unused RAM isnt being freed.

I'm at 387MB on windows 7 using python x64.

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January 05, 2013, 08:26:45 PM
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I'm at 387MB on windows 7 using python x64.

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so you use python and not py2exe? i think the py2exe is the faulty thing. one time allocated RAM cant be freed anymore maybe, this is usual behavior of such tools.
give it a try with py2exe, if u got the same "leak" (even it isnt a leak) we would know why this is happening.

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Whats with our super crappy luck the past 5 days?  Does it have some thing to do with Stratum support in V10 and v11 released 5 days ago?

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Whats with our super crappy luck the past 5 days?  Does it have some thing to do with Stratum support in V10 and v11 released 5 days ago?

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I was wondering the same.  A bit too coincidental.  According to my local graph, 92% are on v11, the rest are on v9.  Something up with v11, or is the mix of v9/v11 causing problems?

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January 06, 2013, 06:34:38 PM
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Whats with our super crappy luck the past 5 days?  Does it have some thing to do with Stratum support in V10 and v11 released 5 days ago?

PS

I was wondering the same.  A bit too coincidental.  According to my local graph, 92% are on v11, the rest are on v9.  Something up with v11, or is the mix of v9/v11 causing problems?

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I don't believe it is coincidental - I think it's definitely related to the new releases, the stratum code is buggy for sure. I reluctantly pulled my rigs off of p2pool a couple of days ago due to this, which hurt as I completely love the p2p ethos with this pool, but at the moment it's just not working as it should be. Been running on Ozcoin (stratum enabled) for two days with zero problems & zero rejects, this is how it should be with stratum enabled I believe.

I want to get back on to p2pool, but until the new code is fixed/stable it's just not worth it I'm afraid.

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I don't believe it is coincidental - I think it's definitely related to the new releases, the stratum code is buggy for sure. I reluctantly pulled my rigs off of p2pool a couple of days ago due to this, which hurt as I completely love the p2p ethos with this pool, but at the moment it's just not working as it should be. Been running on Ozcoin (stratum enabled) for two days with zero problems & zero rejects, this is how it should be with stratum enabled I believe.

I want to get back on to p2pool, but until the new code is fixed/stable it's just not worth it I'm afraid.

Peace.

PatMan,

you can still use p2pool without stratum adding --fix-protocol to cgminer running command line.

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January 06, 2013, 07:50:13 PM
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About memory leaking, this is a ubuntu 64bit after a little more than 48 hours of running latest p2pool

Code:
PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND
5409 user      20   0 1371m 1.2g 3552 S  8.3 30.9 168:18.05 python   

and I have 7 peers with 4 incoming ones.

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I did that
I don't believe it is coincidental - I think it's definitely related to the new releases, the stratum code is buggy for sure. I reluctantly pulled my rigs off of p2pool a couple of days ago due to this, which hurt as I completely love the p2p ethos with this pool, but at the moment it's just not working as it should be. Been running on Ozcoin (stratum enabled) for two days with zero problems & zero rejects, this is how it should be with stratum enabled I believe.

I want to get back on to p2pool, but until the new code is fixed/stable it's just not worth it I'm afraid.

Peace.

PatMan,

you can still use p2pool without stratum adding --fix-protocol to cgminer running command line.

spiccioli


Yes, I did that as soon as it started when the new releases came out (see previous posts), but it seemed to defy the while idea for me. If stratum is available then why not use it? Given the choice between 1) getwork on my favorite pool with high DOA/rejects & low payout, 2) stratum on my favorite pool with medium DOA/rejects & low payout, or 3) stratum on a different pool with zero DOA/rejects & good payout - well, it's a no brainer TBH. Don't get me wrong, I'm not just in this for the payouts, but I also can't afford to spend money on wasted electricity for nothing.

I just hope that the fix comes soon, because with stratum enabled and working properly on p2pool it will simply blow the other pools away in my opinion. I'm just a small time GPU miner and still finding my way around the scene, but the numbers and graphs don't lie. I don't know nearly enough about bitcoin and it's inner workings yet, but I can do Math & read a graph.

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