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May 17, 2013, 01:51:23 AM
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My getwork latency has also increased from ~0.5s to ~6s approx 18 hours ago.

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May 17, 2013, 01:59:14 AM
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Maybe using bitcoind from current git could solve this for people with low efficiencies. Could be worth a try. The Gavin's patch that stirred controversy in the past weeks should refuse to relay this kind of dust by default.

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May 17, 2013, 07:04:57 AM
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My bitcoind node is literally flooded by hoax transactions, like this:
https://blockchain.info/tx/7227c9d392166fdcd917f39da2def36bcf69b437d90e349d73a48952c0fbdd69
My bitcoin.conf:
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mintxfee=0.00005

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Upgrade your bitcoind to the latest git. That should solve it.

I'd also recommend changing the config to
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mintxfee=0.0001
or a bit higher. Your setting is way too low.
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May 17, 2013, 11:02:26 AM
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Code:
time bitcoind getblocktemplate > /dev/null

real 0m4.595s
user 0m0.044s
sys 0m0.004s
Nice, isn't?  Angry
I increased mintxfee=0.0001 as you said. Will try to upgrade bitcoind to that one from git.
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May 17, 2013, 11:12:04 AM
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Code:
time bitcoind getblocktemplate > /dev/null

real 0m4.595s
user 0m0.044s
sys 0m0.004s
Nice, isn't?  Angry
I increased mintxfee=0.0001 as you said. Will try to upgrade bitcoind to that one from git.
mintxfee=

from source:

/** Fees smaller than this (in satoshi) are considered zero fee (for transaction creation) */
int64 CTransaction::nMinTxFee = 10000;  // Override with -mintxfee


so is'nt mintxfee=0.0001  a little to low? Wink

 

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May 17, 2013, 11:22:13 AM
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Yes, mintxfee=0.0001 is still very low. It's also the new bitcoind default as you correctly state.

I'd go for mintxfee=0.0002 or higher.
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May 17, 2013, 11:32:34 AM
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Yes, mintxfee=0.0001 is still very low. It's also the new bitcoind default as you correctly state.

I'd go for mintxfee=0.0002 or higher.

 0.00000001 BTC = 1 Satoshi

 0.0001 Satoshi  = 0.00000000001 BTC
 
I think it must be mintxfee =100000 or 200000

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May 17, 2013, 11:42:17 AM
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Yes, mintxfee=0.0001 is still very low. It's also the new bitcoind default as you correctly state.

I'd go for mintxfee=0.0002 or higher.

 0.00000001 BTC = 1 Satoshi

 0.0001 Satoshi  = 0.00000000001 BTC
 
I think it must be mintxfee =100000 or 200000

mintxfee 10000 is the default

that's 0.0001

it was changed in latest version.  the relay fee has been 0.0001 for a long time (year+?)... the creation fee was 0.0005...  so, was a bit odd.

i wasnt going to at first, but too many transactions filled with.. not much.  i set the relay fee to 0.0005 (the old creation fee),  or 50000

if it's really a problem, if you set it to something like 50001, you'll see much less transactions

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May 17, 2013, 03:06:38 PM
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As discussed in the previous few pages, there are clearly some stratum issues still to resolve, and scalability issues to cope with ASIC sized workloads. BFL are sending (?have sent) forrestv a 5GH unit which should help drive development of both of these.

Excellent. At last, it seems some progress is finally being made.   Grin

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May 17, 2013, 04:01:00 PM
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As discussed in the previous few pages, there are clearly some stratum issues still to resolve, and scalability issues to cope with ASIC sized workloads. BFL are sending (?have sent) forrestv a 5GH unit which should help drive development of both of these.

Excellent. At last, it seems some progress is finally being made.   Grin

Which?  I Hope bugfixes for Stratum  Grin

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May 17, 2013, 04:38:29 PM
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As discussed in the previous few pages, there are clearly some stratum issues still to resolve, and scalability issues to cope with ASIC sized workloads. BFL are sending (?have sent) forrestv a 5GH unit which should help drive development of both of these.

Excellent. At last, it seems some progress is finally being made.   Grin

Which?  I Hope bugfixes for Stratum  Grin

Exactly, that's the number one priority eh?  Wink

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May 17, 2013, 06:40:09 PM
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I've been mining on P2Pool for a week and I'm very impressed. I had a lot of problems with Phoenix originally but since switching to CGMiner all the stats are now good and I'm earning more than I ever did with 50BTC.

The only remaining issue is that the bitcoind getblocktemplate latency constantly increases over time in quite large jumps. It starts around 0.5s and creeps up slowly to around 2s then jumps to 10s and stays there.

Restarting everything: Bitcoin-qt, p2pool and CGMiner fixes it again but within 24 hours it'll be back up again.

Anybody have any ideas what could be going on ?

Thanks
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May 17, 2013, 06:47:53 PM
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I've been mining on P2Pool for a week and I'm very impressed. I had a lot of problems with Phoenix originally but since switching to CGMiner all the stats are now good and I'm earning more than I ever did with 50BTC.

The only remaining issue is that the bitcoind getblocktemplate latency constantly increases over time in quite large jumps. It starts around 0.5s and creeps up slowly to around 2s then jumps to 10s and stays there.

Restarting everything: Bitcoin-qt, p2pool and CGMiner fixes it again but within 24 hours it'll be back up again.

Anybody have any ideas what could be going on ?

Thanks

not sure about large jumps, but if your bitcoind is accepting transactions into memory that no pool will ever include then it'll gradually get slower

try bitcoind getmininginfo and see if it's much higher when it starts getting slow (or bitcoin-qt or whatever)

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May 17, 2013, 06:50:47 PM
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I've been mining on P2Pool for a week and I'm very impressed. I had a lot of problems with Phoenix originally but since switching to CGMiner all the stats are now good and I'm earning more than I ever did with 50BTC.

The only remaining issue is that the bitcoind getblocktemplate latency constantly increases over time in quite large jumps. It starts around 0.5s and creeps up slowly to around 2s then jumps to 10s and stays there.

Restarting everything: Bitcoin-qt, p2pool and CGMiner fixes it again but within 24 hours it'll be back up again.

Anybody have any ideas what could be going on ?

Thanks
Version 11.4 introduced a bug where the latency creeps up over time. The only fix I found was reverting to 11.3 which is located here http://u.forre.st/u/drxlzowj/p2pool_win32_11.3.zip
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May 17, 2013, 07:30:00 PM
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I'm having an issue with p2pool and my router. It's not a show-stopper but I was wondering if someone might have an idea what's going on or be able to work with me to work out what is going on.

Basically, anytime I turn on QOS, I appear to stop doing any useful work. cgminer trundles along, fans spin, heat generated, Unfortunately, it appears that that's all wasted. the debug output of p2pool says that it's punishing shares for being stale. On the pools graph page, the incoming part of peers and the p2p in on traffic rate drop to zero. For whatever reason, it looks like peers are no longer supplying me with useful information (?)

I've even set things so that p2pool and bitcoind are QOSed to the highest speed category just in case they were getting squashed that way but it still gives the same result.

I can leave QOS off for now but I'd like to get this working properly. I'm using Tomato so the configuration is fairly straightforward and easy. I'll post some pictures in a little bit for illustration. I can perform packet captures and other good stuff but I'm not up on the p2pool networking.

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May 17, 2013, 09:25:40 PM
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I'm having an issue with p2pool and my router. It's not a show-stopper but I was wondering if someone might have an idea what's going on or be able to work with me to work out what is going on.

Basically, anytime I turn on QOS, I appear to stop doing any useful work. cgminer trundles along, fans spin, heat generated, Unfortunately, it appears that that's all wasted. the debug output of p2pool says that it's punishing shares for being stale. On the pools graph page, the incoming part of peers and the p2p in on traffic rate drop to zero. For whatever reason, it looks like peers are no longer supplying me with useful information (?)

I've even set things so that p2pool and bitcoind are QOSed to the highest speed category just in case they were getting squashed that way but it still gives the same result.

I can leave QOS off for now but I'd like to get this working properly. I'm using Tomato so the configuration is fairly straightforward and easy. I'll post some pictures in a little bit for illustration. I can perform packet captures and other good stuff but I'm not up on the p2pool networking.

the only thing i've ever used in windows that i've found did a proper job of managing bandwidth was netlimiter

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May 17, 2013, 09:28:29 PM
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I'm having an issue with p2pool and my router. It's not a show-stopper but I was wondering if someone might have an idea what's going on or be able to work with me to work out what is going on.

Basically, anytime I turn on QOS, I appear to stop doing any useful work. cgminer trundles along, fans spin, heat generated, Unfortunately, it appears that that's all wasted. the debug output of p2pool says that it's punishing shares for being stale. On the pools graph page, the incoming part of peers and the p2p in on traffic rate drop to zero. For whatever reason, it looks like peers are no longer supplying me with useful information (?)

I've even set things so that p2pool and bitcoind are QOSed to the highest speed category just in case they were getting squashed that way but it still gives the same result.

I can leave QOS off for now but I'd like to get this working properly. I'm using Tomato so the configuration is fairly straightforward and easy. I'll post some pictures in a little bit for illustration. I can perform packet captures and other good stuff but I'm not up on the p2pool networking.

the only thing i've ever used in windows that i've found did a proper job of managing bandwidth was netlimiter
the only thing that did almost a proper job is "format c: -y"

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I'm having an issue with p2pool and my router. It's not a show-stopper but I was wondering if someone might have an idea what's going on or be able to work with me to work out what is going on.

Basically, anytime I turn on QOS, I appear to stop doing any useful work. cgminer trundles along, fans spin, heat generated, Unfortunately, it appears that that's all wasted. the debug output of p2pool says that it's punishing shares for being stale. On the pools graph page, the incoming part of peers and the p2p in on traffic rate drop to zero. For whatever reason, it looks like peers are no longer supplying me with useful information (?)

I've even set things so that p2pool and bitcoind are QOSed to the highest speed category just in case they were getting squashed that way but it still gives the same result.

I can leave QOS off for now but I'd like to get this working properly. I'm using Tomato so the configuration is fairly straightforward and easy. I'll post some pictures in a little bit for illustration. I can perform packet captures and other good stuff but I'm not up on the p2pool networking.

the only thing i've ever used in windows that i've found did a proper job of managing bandwidth was netlimiter
the only thing that did almost a proper job is "format c: -y"

what, netlimiter?

why, because it installs some driver that you can disable on startup?

i don't get the big deal with it

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May 17, 2013, 11:41:44 PM
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In case anyone isn't familiar with Tomato, it is a specialized Linux distribution that runs on certain hardware routers.

Other connections appear to occur with no issues (unless I goof the configuration) and if I look in the details, I can see connections between external hosts and my own on the bitcoind and p2pool ports. I can't think it would be anything about Python that would be causing the issue. Hard to see what about QOS would be an issue since it's basically just prioritizing packets. But there must be more to it.

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I'm having an issue with p2pool and my router. It's not a show-stopper but I was wondering if someone might have an idea what's going on or be able to work with me to work out what is going on.

Basically, anytime I turn on QOS, I appear to stop doing any useful work. cgminer trundles along, fans spin, heat generated, Unfortunately, it appears that that's all wasted. the debug output of p2pool says that it's punishing shares for being stale. On the pools graph page, the incoming part of peers and the p2p in on traffic rate drop to zero. For whatever reason, it looks like peers are no longer supplying me with useful information (?)

I've even set things so that p2pool and bitcoind are QOSed to the highest speed category just in case they were getting squashed that way but it still gives the same result.

I can leave QOS off for now but I'd like to get this working properly. I'm using Tomato so the configuration is fairly straightforward and easy. I'll post some pictures in a little bit for illustration. I can perform packet captures and other good stuff but I'm not up on the p2pool networking.

the only thing i've ever used in windows that i've found did a proper job of managing bandwidth was netlimiter
the only thing that did almost a proper job is "format c: -y"

what, netlimiter?

why, because it installs some driver that you can disable on startup?

i don't get the big deal with it
i said on win only "format c: -y" does work almost proper Wink

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