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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2587112 times)
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April 22, 2013, 02:34:47 AM
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Im down with this, what would your recomended settings be for 1.7GS/s. Also I wouldnt mind a detailed howto on the setup, I browsed ~5 pages backwards in this thread and cant seem to find one.

Its all much easier than expected!
You dont have to change anything on your p2pool, you just change the miner's name:

Minername/sharedifficulty+localdifficulty

So for example:

Miner/1500+1

You set this on all miners. You can give different difficulty targets, but I dont see too much sense in this..

Miner01/1500+1
Miner02/1500+1
Miner03/1500+1

Maybe this is worth stating on the first page, and/or hinting in the help/wiki/etc?
Lets drop dat diff!

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Hi, excuse can you tell me how did you add that difficulty to the worker and where?

I have in my p2pool shortcut command line something like this: "...\p2pool_win32_11.2\run_p2pool.exe --net bitcoin user password

and I put these lines in a file called "bitcoin.conf" located at my BitCoin datadir:

rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=password
server=1

Where should I add/change the difficulty?

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April 22, 2013, 02:38:32 AM
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Is someone able to tell me if p2pool solved block 232452? It's not showing in the recent transaction list, but I received a generate transaction for it, currently with 69 confirmations?

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April 22, 2013, 02:48:00 AM
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Is someone able to tell me if p2pool solved block 232452? It's not showing in the recent transaction list, but I received a generate transaction for it, currently with 69 confirmations?

Yes. If you're not sure, always check it here: http://p2pool.info/

Please keep in mind:
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Blocks found in last day:

Note that blocks may have been orphaned from the P2Pool chain and so not be here.
That's why they not appearing in main p2pool page.

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April 22, 2013, 02:55:17 AM
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That's why they not appearing in main p2pool page.

That site isn't loading for me at the moment, so assuming it was orphaned, why did I receive a payment for it?

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April 22, 2013, 02:58:10 AM
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That's why they not appearing in main p2pool page.

That site isn't loading for me at the moment, so assuming it was orphaned, why did I receive a payment for it?

Because if wasn't orphaned? Smiley
Site is loading for me nicely right now.

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April 22, 2013, 03:00:28 AM
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OK, then why does it not appear on the stats page on my p2pool node, or any other I've checked then?

The site is very slow, when it does load none of the ajax stuff appears to be loading...

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April 22, 2013, 03:15:24 AM
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OK, then why does it not appear on the stats page on my p2pool node, or any other I've checked then?

The site is very slow, when it does load none of the ajax stuff appears to be loading...

I think it's not on main p2pool page because it was found by orphaned p2pool share. We get reward from finding block, but share it's not part of p2pool sharechain so it's not listed.

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April 22, 2013, 03:17:14 AM
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OK, then why does it not appear on the stats page on my p2pool node, or any other I've checked then?

The site is very slow, when it does load none of the ajax stuff appears to be loading...

p2pool nodes only show blocks based on shares in the p2pool share chain.  As a result, blocks that came from stale shares are often missing.

p2pool.info scans the actual bitcoin blockchain and so usually finds all blocks regardless of if they are from stale shares or not.

The servers hosting the site are working fine, but there appear to be some network connectivity problems at least with several major ISPs.  I have been having problems on and off getting to it for the past few days, but http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/p2pool.info generally says that the site is up even when I can't get to it.

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April 22, 2013, 03:58:41 AM
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p2pool nodes only show blocks based on shares in the p2pool share chain.  As a result, blocks that came from stale shares are often missing.

I think it's not on main p2pool page because it was found by orphaned p2pool share. We get reward from finding block, but share it's not part of p2pool sharechain so it's not listed.

That makes sense, thanks guys.

The servers hosting the site are working fine, but there appear to be some network connectivity problems at least with several major ISPs.  I have been having problems on and off getting to it for the past few days, but http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/p2pool.info generally says that the site is up even when I can't get to it.

Two different carriers here in Australia both having issues, haven't done any traceroutes to see if they share any network paths.

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April 22, 2013, 06:58:16 AM
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afaik you have to use "avalon" branch

rav3n_pl,

I don't follow you, what do you mean by "avalon branch"?

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Its a git command,

git checkout <branch>
  make the current branch <branch>, updating the working directory to reflect
  the version referenced by <branch>

So in the directory of the p2pool which you cloned with git

Code:
git checkout avalon

Not sure if you need to change anything else. Or if there is a zip/tar of the p2pool avalon branch.

Hi,

I've made this test, no way, without --fix-protocol I get invalids only :/

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April 22, 2013, 08:34:00 AM
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Don't we need to change a speed of our pool to some higher value in the name of this theme?
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April 22, 2013, 10:09:06 AM
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Can I ask where you got your markup template? Much better than the default.

I did it, it's basically the same html with twitter's bootstrap css wrapped around it. I just wanted something that worked on my phone/tablet other mobile device without a lot of mucking about.

I'm not quite done with it Smiley

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Ok,

Code:
$ cd p2pool
$ git branch
* avalon
  master
$

and

Code:
# cat /etc/avalon_version
20130419
cgminer-8e8313c
luci-28b4ff2
cgminer-openwrt-packages-f2bc5dc

without --fix-protocol I only get invalids and Avalon shows a mining speed around 500-800 MH/s

As soon as I put --fix-protocol and restart cgminer it starts hasing at the correct speed.

So edit: Avalon wiki page is misleading where it says

Code:
the following option may need to be passed to Avalon's cgminer:

--fix-protocol: Do not redirect to a different getwork protocol (eg. stratum)

it is not may need it is has to

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Can I ask where you got your markup template? Much better than the default.

I did it, it's basically the same html with twitter's bootstrap css wrapped around it. I just wanted something that worked on my phone/tablet other mobile device without a lot of mucking about.

I'm not quite done with it Smiley


I noticed that the "share" page wasn't done and you might consider alternating the table row colors with some padding (bootstrap default?).

kudos! It's nice and simple. Do you mind if I steal the markup for my local server? Do you have plans to submit a pull request once you're done? (I think you should.)
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Can I ask where you got your markup template? Much better than the default.

I did it, it's basically the same html with twitter's bootstrap css wrapped around it. I just wanted something that worked on my phone/tablet other mobile device without a lot of mucking about.

I'm not quite done with it Smiley


I noticed that the "share" page wasn't done and you might consider alternating the table row colors with some padding (bootstrap default?).

kudos! It's nice and simple. Do you mind if I steal the markup for my local server? Do you have plans to submit a pull request once you're done? (I think you should.)
Share page has been updated with the default markup. I just started with the table stuff.. so I'm still working through that.
I'm considering sending a pull request once I get things the way I want. My main motivation was so I could check on things with my mobile devices and not have to play all sorts of zoom in and out games. (of course if it looks good that's a plus!)
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Can I ask where you got your markup template? Much better than the default.

I did it, it's basically the same html with twitter's bootstrap css wrapped around it. I just wanted something that worked on my phone/tablet other mobile device without a lot of mucking about.

I'm not quite done with it Smiley


p2pool.org uses similar approach: http://p2pool.org:9332/static/

I've read things about this "bootstrap" in github repositories but I've not get experience with it. Is it difficult to tweak?

For example, a good innovation should be use monospaced fonts in all field containing hex or base58 numbers.

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April 22, 2013, 02:11:37 PM
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Hey guys my hash is very low (I'm cpu mining waiting on my jalapeno). I've had 5 shares accepted in the last hour using ufasoft cpu miner but none of them show up on the stat page (127.0.0.1:9332). The p2p shell says local dead on arrival Shares:0  0 orphans 0 stale. The local hash rate will temporarily go up after a share is accepted but goes back to zero.I suspect I'm just too slow for p2p any help or education would be appreciated.
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April 22, 2013, 02:17:27 PM
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Hey guys my hash is very low (I'm cpu mining waiting on my jalapeno). I've had 5 shares accepted in the last hour using ufasoft cpu miner but none of them show up on the stat page (127.0.0.1:9332). The p2p shell says local dead on arrival Shares:0  0 orphans 0 stale. The local hash rate will temporarily go up after a share is accepted but goes back to zero.I suspect I'm just too slow for p2p any help or education would be appreciated.
RTFM.
P2pool is counting only high diff shareas (atm over 1200) not sd=1 shares. SD! shares are only to count hash ratio. CPU mining is useless.

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April 22, 2013, 02:22:25 PM
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Can I ask where you got your markup template? Much better than the default.

I did it, it's basically the same html with twitter's bootstrap css wrapped around it. I just wanted something that worked on my phone/tablet other mobile device without a lot of mucking about.

I'm not quite done with it Smiley


p2pool.org uses similar approach: http://p2pool.org:9332/static/

I've read things about this "bootstrap" in github repositories but I've not get experience with it. Is it difficult to tweak?

For example, a good innovation should be use monospaced fonts in all field containing hex or base58 numbers.

http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/


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April 22, 2013, 02:26:54 PM
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Hey guys my hash is very low (I'm cpu mining waiting on my jalapeno). I've had 5 shares accepted in the last hour using ufasoft cpu miner but none of them show up on the stat page (127.0.0.1:9332). The p2p shell says local dead on arrival Shares:0  0 orphans 0 stale. The local hash rate will temporarily go up after a share is accepted but goes back to zero.I suspect I'm just too slow for p2p any help or education would be appreciated.
RTFM.
P2pool is counting only high diff shareas (atm over 1200) not sd=1 shares. SD! shares are only to count hash ratio. CPU mining is useless.

I'm building a machine this week that I should be able to get about 200 MH/s out of the gpu. Is that enough to mine on the p2p pool and do I need to do anything to up the difficulty of submitted shares or is it just a luck thing?
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