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May 07, 2013, 07:07:15 PM
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Returning with an answer to yesterday's issue: my p2pool is again showing payout if a block were found now at 0 btc and I have 6 peers out 3 in. Why does it say i'd get 0?

I believe you earn shares in quantum increments. Until you earn a share, it will be at zero.

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May 07, 2013, 07:09:51 PM
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Returning with an answer to yesterday's issue: my p2pool is again showing payout if a block were found now at 0 btc and I have 6 peers out 3 in. Why does it say i'd get 0?

I believe you earn shares in quantum increments. Until you earn a share, it will be at zero.
Could you explain more about earning shares? I've been mining for a month and until yesterday I never saw 0. What exactly is my node doing less of?
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May 07, 2013, 07:21:49 PM
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Returning with an answer to yesterday's issue: my p2pool is again showing payout if a block were found now at 0 btc and I have 6 peers out 3 in. Why does it say i'd get 0?

I believe you earn shares in quantum increments. Until you earn a share, it will be at zero.
Could you explain more about earning shares? I've been mining for a month and until yesterday I never saw 0. What exactly is my node doing less of?
What's your hashrate? Also, are you using a static payout address with the -a flag or using a bitcoin address for your miner's username?

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May 07, 2013, 07:41:26 PM
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Returning with an answer to yesterday's issue: my p2pool is again showing payout if a block were found now at 0 btc and I have 6 peers out 3 in. Why does it say i'd get 0?

I believe you earn shares in quantum increments. Until you earn a share, it will be at zero.
Could you explain more about earning shares? I've been mining for a month and until yesterday I never saw 0. What exactly is my node doing less of?
What's your hashrate? Also, are you using a static payout address with the -a flag or using a bitcoin address for your miner's username?
Hashrate varies between 110 and 280 Mh/s with an average of 190 over a month of nonstop mining. I'm using bitcoin-qt's address to send the payment and not the -a flag.
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May 07, 2013, 07:44:53 PM
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Hashrate varies between 110 and 280 Mh/s with an average of 190 over a month of nonstop mining. I'm using bitcoin-qt's address to send the payment and not the -a flag.
I highly recommend specifying a static address. If you don't, p2pool will pick different addresses when you restart the Bitcoin client and your share count will start over with the new address.

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May 07, 2013, 07:53:07 PM
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Hashrate varies between 110 and 280 Mh/s with an average of 190 over a month of nonstop mining. I'm using bitcoin-qt's address to send the payment and not the -a flag.
I highly recommend specifying a static address. If you don't, p2pool will pick different addresses when you restart the Bitcoin client and your share count will start over with the new address.
When I first started P2Pool, it generated a new, dedicated address to mine to. Ever since, and including during the 0btc estimates, it has been mining only to that address. I have no other addresses in my wallet. Also, the sharecount ins't lost when I reset P2Pool, it happens spontaneously.
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May 07, 2013, 08:37:17 PM
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Returning with an answer to yesterday's issue: my p2pool is again showing payout if a block were found now at 0 btc and I have 6 peers out 3 in. Why does it say i'd get 0?

I believe you earn shares in quantum increments. Until you earn a share, it will be at zero.
Could you explain more about earning shares? I've been mining for a month and until yesterday I never saw 0. What exactly is my node doing less of?

your node is unlucky at the moment. When you hash, you're basically guessing a number. Sometimes you'll guess the right number (and solve a share - kind of like solving a block), and sometimes you'll guess a wrong number. As difficulty goes up, it's harder and harder to guess the right number. When you guess the right number, you get credit for a share which then means you get paid every time p2pool finds a block over the next day (currently for p2pool, but this can change).

Your node has been unlucky at guessing numbers lately, so you haven't gotten a share and won't get paid until you do. Sometimes you'll get luck and guess two in a row, in which case you'll get paid 2x more than if you found just one share.

regarding static address: p2pool generates one the first time you run it, and as long as there is a "p2pool" address in your wallet it will mine to that one. It wo't create a new one with  new address unless you wipe your wallet.
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May 07, 2013, 08:39:23 PM
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Returning with an answer to yesterday's issue: my p2pool is again showing payout if a block were found now at 0 btc and I have 6 peers out 3 in. Why does it say i'd get 0?

I believe you earn shares in quantum increments. Until you earn a share, it will be at zero.
Could you explain more about earning shares? I've been mining for a month and until yesterday I never saw 0. What exactly is my node doing less of?

your node is unlucky at the moment. When you hash, you're basically guessing a number. Sometimes you'll guess the right number (and solve a share - kind of like solving a block), and sometimes you'll guess a wrong number. As difficulty goes up, it's harder and harder to guess the right number. When you guess the right number, you get credit for a share which then means you get paid every time p2pool finds a block over the next day (currently for p2pool, but this can change).

Your node has been unlucky at guessing numbers lately, so you haven't gotten a share and won't get paid until you do. Sometimes you'll get luck and guess two in a row, in which case you'll get paid 2x more than if you found just one share.

regarding static address: p2pool generates one the first time you run it, and as long as there is a "p2pool" address in your wallet it will mine to that one. It wo't create a new one with  new address unless you wipe your wallet.
Unlucky sounds about right. I haven't gotten lucky at all the past few days. Glad that explains it.
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May 08, 2013, 12:18:35 AM
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Yeah, it seems to me that the last week has been very unlucky - sort of corresponds to ASCIminer bringing more power online, but I don't know if that's just coincidental or not.

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May 08, 2013, 12:20:14 AM
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I am new to bitcoins and even newer to p2p. I am gpu mining with cgminer and I noticed it is mining with two threads. Would it be better to mine with one thread? I am getting 200 MH/s with a 7770 I am told that is as good as gets. Also what does the below quote mean and should I be doing it to make sure I stay updated, and if so how?
EDIT I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (which is also very new to me)

"Run the latest code: you can run something like the bash script I run by cron everyday to restart p2pool after updating it when there's a new version available. You'll need to know how to install p2pool from git, create a "pool.sh" script to run your node"
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May 08, 2013, 11:52:42 AM
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This is not designed to get me the best results i can get.

This is designed so some other can get on top of things and profit the most.

I can run @ 130% efficiency continuous, but the program rather sets things so that i end up @ 90% efficiency.

in effect this program works against me, add in all the latencyfuckers and were done.

"Skipping from block"  , thats what i'm gonna do before i put in a ton that will never pay off itself even.



and asking 1.0% for the author ?


decent people wait for it , they dont take it.


care to explain why skipping from block punishes anywhere from 1 to 20 times per skipped block ? wheres the logic in that.

and why are ip's like 54.250.3.112 and 24.214.18.71 having days off continuously requesting shares from my peer ? (u can guess where the latency goes , to the moon and back all day).

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May 08, 2013, 02:07:57 PM
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This is not designed to get me the best results i can get.
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Maybe if you described the problem you have more accurately someone could help. At least I didn't even understand half of what you were referring to in your post.
See http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/bugs.html for guidelines.

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May 08, 2013, 02:42:31 PM
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and why are ip's like 54.250.3.112 and 24.214.18.71 having days off continuously requesting shares from my peer ? (u can guess where the latency goes , to the moon and back all day).
Just ban those IPs. Problem solved.

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May 08, 2013, 03:44:42 PM
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can not work on windows server 2012
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May 08, 2013, 07:33:47 PM
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This is not designed to get me the best results i can get.

This is designed so some other can get on top of things and profit the most.

I can run @ 130% efficiency continuous, but the program rather sets things so that i end up @ 90% efficiency.

in effect this program works against me, add in all the latencyfuckers and were done.

"Skipping from block"  , thats what i'm gonna do before i put in a ton that will never pay off itself even.



and asking 1.0% for the author ?


decent people wait for it , they dont take it.


care to explain why skipping from block punishes anywhere from 1 to 20 times per skipped block ? wheres the logic in that.

and why are ip's like 54.250.3.112 and 24.214.18.71 having days off continuously requesting shares from my peer ? (u can guess where the latency goes , to the moon and back all day).



Have you tried using 11.3 instead? When I used 11.4 I noticed my latency was going up after every few hours and staying there until I restarted everything. Several other people noticed this too. I switched back to 11.3 and latency was back to normal.
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May 08, 2013, 08:16:30 PM
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care to explain why skipping from block punishes anywhere from 1 to 20 times per skipped block ? wheres the logic in that.

It's not punishing you, it's punishing some other person who made a share when there was already a new Bitcoin block. The message being repeated doesn't really mean anything.

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May 08, 2013, 08:53:02 PM
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and why are ip's like 54.250.3.112 and 24.214.18.71 having days off continuously requesting shares from my peer ? (u can guess where the latency goes , to the moon and back all day).
Just ban those IPs. Problem solved.

Can you guys explain (on Linux):
how to see what IPs are wasting most bandwidth and request shares where they shouldn't?
how to ban IP on linux temporarily /permanently from connecting to my node?

Thanks.
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May 08, 2013, 09:46:14 PM
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and why are ip's like 54.250.3.112 and 24.214.18.71 having days off continuously requesting shares from my peer ? (u can guess where the latency goes , to the moon and back all day).
Just ban those IPs. Problem solved.

Can you guys explain (on Linux):
how to see what IPs are wasting most bandwidth and request shares where they shouldn't?
how to ban IP on linux temporarily /permanently from connecting to my node?

Thanks.
Find where you are sending shares:
grep Sending p2pool/data/XXXcoin/log

then use scrypt drop.sh:
sudo iptables -A INPUT -s $1 -j DROP

It will block ip till next reboot.

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May 08, 2013, 10:00:38 PM
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I was wondering if it is better to use multiple threads or one? Cgminer uses  two by default (at least for me).
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May 09, 2013, 01:09:59 AM
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Hi, all:
I'm using p2pool with cgminer. local hashrate is 1Gh/s show in p2pool windows, but p2pool.info only show 600Mh/s for my address!? Is this a network delay?
Thank you.
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