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AFAIK you're running a Virtual Machine with absolutely everything (except basic kernel and console access) cutted off. IMO it cannot be compared to results provided by people running it on real servers with many services, older but stable Linux kernel etc. running on same hardware all at once.
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OK, my usage started going up again:

Sat Jan 12 2013 16:33:48 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.17G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:31:00 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.16G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:28:12 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.16G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:25:24 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.16G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:22:36 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.16G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:19:48 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.15G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:17:00 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.15G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:14:12 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.15G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:11:24 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.15G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:08:36 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.15G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:05:48 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.15G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:03:00 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.14G
Sat Jan 12 2013 16:00:12 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.14G
Sat Jan 12 2013 15:57:24 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.14G
Sat Jan 12 2013 15:54:36 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.14G
Sat Jan 12 2013 15:51:48 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.13G
Sat Jan 12 2013 15:49:00 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.13G
Sat Jan 12 2013 15:46:12 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.13G
Sat Jan 12 2013 15:43:24 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.13G
Sat Jan 12 2013 15:40:36 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.13G
Sat Jan 12 2013 15:37:48 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time)   1.12G

it was stable at 1.11-1.12 for a while, last time it stopped after i moved my log file to backup and removed a couple of peers that had changed overnight.   the log file is about 1/5th the size it was earlier, so that's not it.  i haven't done anything on my system

i've had a few peers change.  one of them is >300ms with tons of packetloss and connected at 3PM.    I also moved the log file to backup again at 3:03PM..

nothing in the logfile appears out of the ordinary

going to restart it now  (for the record, since 3PM I've gotten 2 orphans and 1 DOA out of 16 shares.  it was  476 (16 orphan, 16 dead) at 3:03pm

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January 12, 2013, 11:38:17 PM
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zvs, how exactly are you removing peers from your p2pool? Or how are you checking their latency?
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zvs, how exactly are you removing peers from your p2pool? Or how are you checking their latency?
http://xxx:xxx/peer_addresses shows the peers connected on the web interface... or you can use netstat -p -n --tcp in linux (and look for python).  netstat would work on windows too, but not sure if you can list by program or not... you could tell by the ports, I guess.

There might be a way on the web interface to see latency... there used to be at one point.  I'm not sure what it is anymore, or if it still exists...  I use mtr in linux to check ping times, or from a command prompt in windows you can just use ping -t xx.xx.xx.xx

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January 13, 2013, 12:16:26 AM
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I am using Linux too. Thanks.
That's a kind of a hax, by the way. P2pool itself could implement some technique of rolling peers until those with optimal latency are found.
What command you're using to remove peer?
Can you share script you're using to ping peers? I am sure you're using one:) Pinging manually all peers from p2pool_address:port/peer_addresses may take time to do by hand;)
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January 13, 2013, 04:10:59 AM
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Banning lagging (basing on ping) peers can split pool to small local pools ie euope, usa etc.
From my side eu peers have <50 ms where us ones are over 100ms. If I put kind of threshold that disconnect slowest peers it will lead to connect only to eu ones.
We not want this afik Smiley

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zvs, how exactly are you removing peers from your p2pool? Or how are you checking their latency?
http://xxx:xxx/peer_addresses shows the peers connected on the web interface... or you can use netstat -p -n --tcp in linux (and look for python).  netstat would work on windows too, but not sure if you can list by program or not... you could tell by the ports, I guess.

There might be a way on the web interface to see latency... there used to be at one point.  I'm not sure what it is anymore, or if it still exists...  I use mtr in linux to check ping times, or from a command prompt in windows you can just use ping -t xx.xx.xx.xx

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I am using Linux too. Thanks.
That's a kind of a hax, by the way. P2pool itself could implement some technique of rolling peers until those with optimal latency are found.
What command you're using to remove peer?
Can you share script you're using to ping peers? I am sure you're using one:) Pinging manually all peers from p2pool_address:port/peer_addresses may take time to do by hand;)
actually, i did just do it manually.  i had forgotten about 'pings', thanks.

it didn't take that long though, since i had my connections limited to .. 14, I think it was... (12 now)

i use tcpkill to kill peers, it's in the repository as 'dsniff' i think?

re: thing about >100ms,   i said in an earlier msg that it was good that I had some US peers with 130ms.  i don't remove someone at 130ms.  i do if they're at 300ms, or someone that jitters from 150ms to 600ms, stuff like that.  you can make a bunch of screens and just use mtr for a little bit to see if they are having bandwidth issues

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January 13, 2013, 12:45:53 PM
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AFAIK you're running a Virtual Machine with absolutely everything (except basic kernel and console access) cutted off. IMO it cannot be compared to results provided by people running it on real servers with many services, older but stable Linux kernel etc. running on same hardware all at once.
Why? We talking about Python, it is connected somehow to hardware running program that only run program that NOT use hardware (only ram and cpu)?

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ravn_3pl,
AFAIK you're running a Virtual Machine with absolutely everything (except basic kernel and console access) cutted off. IMO it cannot be compared to results provided by people running it on real servers with many services, older but stable Linux kernel etc. running on same hardware all at once.
Why? We talking about Python, it is connected somehow to hardware running program that only run program that NOT use hardware (only ram and cpu)?

I don't know, I am not Linux expert:) This may be related to: python version and/or Linux kernel version. Probably it needs more attention from forrestv or someone else able to investigate those memory leaks.
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January 13, 2013, 03:18:39 PM
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ravn_3pl,
AFAIK you're running a Virtual Machine with absolutely everything (except basic kernel and console access) cutted off. IMO it cannot be compared to results provided by people running it on real servers with many services, older but stable Linux kernel etc. running on same hardware all at once.
Why? We talking about Python, it is connected somehow to hardware running program that only run program that NOT use hardware (only ram and cpu)?

I don't know, I am not Linux expert:) This may be related to: python version and/or Linux kernel version. Probably it needs more attention from forrestv or someone else able to investigate those memory leaks.
kernel is irrelevant since python is managing the memory of p2pool. it only depends on which python version/build.

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http://nogleg.com:9332/static/graphs.html?Week

the memory thing could possibly be linked to establishing an extra outgoing connection that isn't supposed to be established, they seem to coincide with the straight angled mem usage

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http://nogleg.com:9332/static/graphs.html?Week

the memory thing could possibly be linked to establishing an extra outgoing connection that isn't supposed to be established, they seem to coincide with the straight angled mem usage
i got 50 outgoing cons and got 423MB mean usage, so this isnt possible.

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http://nogleg.com:9332/static/graphs.html?Week

the memory thing could possibly be linked to establishing an extra outgoing connection that isn't supposed to be established, they seem to coincide with the straight angled mem usage
i got 50 outgoing cons and got 423MB mean usage, so this isnt possible.
well, if your limit is set to 50, have you had 51?

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With p2pool 11.1
I have drop cgminer or bfgminer, if drop internet connection.
With 10 version this was not.
What can I do ?
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http://nogleg.com:9332/static/graphs.html?Week

the memory thing could possibly be linked to establishing an extra outgoing connection that isn't supposed to be established, they seem to coincide with the straight angled mem usage
i got 50 outgoing cons and got 423MB mean usage, so this isnt possible.
well, if your limit is set to 50, have you had 51?

conns arent limited with my p2pool.
you cant have 51 cons if the limit would be 50.

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With p2pool 11.1
I have drop cgminer or bfgminer, if drop internet connection.
With 10 version this was not.
What can I do ?

You can learn some more english, so we can understand your babbling.
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you cant have 51 cons if the limit would be 50.
Well, sometimes it's above the limit.
Default is 6 outgoing connections.
Now look at this:
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2013-01-11 14:39:46.769000 P2Pool: 17418 shares in chain (17422 verified/17422 total) Peers: 5 (1 incoming)
2013-01-11 14:39:48.734000 Lost peer 80.87.240.47:9333 - Connection to the other side was lost in a non-clean fashion.
2013-01-11 14:39:49.452000 Outgoing connection to peer 168.7.116.243:9333 established. p2pool version: 1100 '11.1-50-ga80f1ab'
2013-01-11 14:39:52.369000 Outgoing connection to peer 31.169.66.66:9333 established. p2pool version: 1100 '11.0-2-g0981bdf'
2013-01-11 14:39:52.556000 Outgoing connection to peer 80.218.174.253:9333 established. p2pool version: 1100 '11.1'
2013-01-11 14:39:52.806000 P2Pool: 17418 shares in chain (17422 verified/17423 total) Peers: 7 (1 incoming)
2013-01-11 14:39:53.024000 Outgoing connection to peer 76.93.79.221:9333 established. p2pool version: 1100 '11.0-2-g0981bdf'
2013-01-11 14:39:55.832000 P2Pool: 17418 shares in chain (17422 verified/17424 total) Peers: 8 (1 incoming)

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you cant have 51 cons if the limit would be 50.
Well, sometimes it's above the limit.
Default is 6 outgoing connections.
Now look at this:
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2013-01-11 14:39:46.769000 P2Pool: 17418 shares in chain (17422 verified/17422 total) Peers: 5 (1 incoming)
2013-01-11 14:39:48.734000 Lost peer 80.87.240.47:9333 - Connection to the other side was lost in a non-clean fashion.
2013-01-11 14:39:49.452000 Outgoing connection to peer 168.7.116.243:9333 established. p2pool version: 1100 '11.1-50-ga80f1ab'
2013-01-11 14:39:52.369000 Outgoing connection to peer 31.169.66.66:9333 established. p2pool version: 1100 '11.0-2-g0981bdf'
2013-01-11 14:39:52.556000 Outgoing connection to peer 80.218.174.253:9333 established. p2pool version: 1100 '11.1'
2013-01-11 14:39:52.806000 P2Pool: 17418 shares in chain (17422 verified/17423 total) Peers: 7 (1 incoming)
2013-01-11 14:39:53.024000 Outgoing connection to peer 76.93.79.221:9333 established. p2pool version: 1100 '11.0-2-g0981bdf'
2013-01-11 14:39:55.832000 P2Pool: 17418 shares in chain (17422 verified/17424 total) Peers: 8 (1 incoming)
alright il take it back, sry.

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January 13, 2013, 10:17:55 PM
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With p2pool 11.1
I have drop cgminer or bfgminer, if drop internet connection.
With 10 version this was not.
What can I do ?

You can learn some more english, so we can understand your babbling.

Don't have to be a dick about it.

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