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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2034455 times)
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June 13, 2013, 02:42:06 PM
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Hey guys. I recently setup a P2Pool node for Bitcoins and I was wondering how to put a fee.
I know that I have to use the -f parameter, but where do the bitcoins go?
How can I be sure that the fee is working correctly?

Thanks and sorry for my noobness.

the fee goes to the default payout address in the used wallet  or the Adress  wich is defined with -a BTCADRESSSXXXX

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June 13, 2013, 02:43:32 PM
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--fee 5  (or 10, 20, 75 percent)

http://p2pool_address:9332/fee


Hey guys. I recently setup a P2Pool node for Bitcoins and I was wondering how to put a fee.
I know that I have to use the -f parameter, but where do the bitcoins go?
How can I be sure that the fee is working correctly?

Thanks and sorry for my noobness.

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June 13, 2013, 08:56:10 PM
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Anybody noticed that p2pool's hash rate has plummeted by about 30% in the last week ? Even more significant is the decline in the number of participants.

Beginning of the end of Bitcoin ?
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June 13, 2013, 09:24:44 PM
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Anybody noticed that p2pool's hash rate has plummeted by about 30% in the last week ? Even more significant is the decline in the number of participants.

I've (yesterday) taken 2.5GH/s elsewhere due to the recent bad luck (http://p2pool.info/luck/). Comes down to simple economics - it costs money to run the gear and <5 blocks a week is costing more than it's earning. If you look at the number of blocks solved by the pool over the last month or so (http://cryptominer.org/bitcoin/) it's declined rapidly.

This seems to coincide with ASICMINER bringing their gear online and the difficulty going up, although that may be purely coincidental. There's talk on the BitMinter thread that 7TH/s won't be enough to help with the increasing variance as the network hash rate continues to increase.

Beginning of the end of Bitcoin ?

Or just p2pool.

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June 14, 2013, 12:15:45 AM
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Where can I find a current list of p2p nodes to connect to?
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June 14, 2013, 12:29:51 AM
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Where can I find a current list of p2p nodes to connect to?
You're welcome to connect to mine: see signature.
http://p2pool.hostv.pl/ Has some.. and if you poke around in this thread there is another one, can't remember right off where.

Found it:
http://p2pool-nodes.info/

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June 14, 2013, 12:47:51 AM
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Where can I find a current list of p2p nodes to connect to?
You're welcome to connect to mine: see signature.
http://p2pool.hostv.pl/ Has some.. and if you poke around in this thread there is another one, can't remember right off where.

Found it:
http://p2pool-nodes.info/


That's the one I was looking for Thx!
I am asking because of this quote from another thread.
"i run p2pool with about 60 nodes added as --p2pool-node and allow another 20 outgoing and 10 incoming"

When I try to add multiple pools I get errors, how is he doing this? Do I put spaces,commas or what between pool addresses?
For example:
--p2pool-node 198.154.60.183:10332  64.91.214.180:9332   192.95.61.149:9332


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June 14, 2013, 01:03:42 AM
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Are you looking for a p2pool server to connect to so you can mine, or a list of nodes to seed your own p2pool node with?

If the former, pick a close server from one of the lists posted above and set your username to your payment address. If the latter, p2pool should automatically connect to the greater p2pool network and become part of the mesh.

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June 14, 2013, 01:25:11 AM
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Update: include report of a remote node with RTT between remote node and miners up to 32ms and latency >110%.

Mining on a remote node should be doable with a RTT <40ms. I'd welcome reports on efficiency with RTT>40ms (please include your configuration details).

sure, I mine on a remote node at 200ms

my DSL alone has base latency of 35ms

Can you share the efficiency you reach with your bitcoind version and settings (if not default ones) and p2pool settings if tuned?

well, if you include the evenings of 500ms ping times and the packetloss, it averages out to around 5-6% DOA (weekends are worse than weekdays), add in 2-3% worth of orphans and so then theoretically efficiency would be anywhere from 110-117.  (this would have p2pool as a whole ranging from 18 to 25% doa/orphans)

it's hard to say what mine is exactly, since i have multiple people using my pool.  the 108% right now is worse than normal, but that's because 2 out of the first 5 were DOA.  i reset it this morning at 300 shares, 4 orphans, and like 50 DOA.   the DOA mostly from ASIC not working properly with p2pool

theoretically with a 1 second delay, you should only get 10% DOA?  if you're mining on a european node with plenty of bandwidth that's set up properly, you shouldn't get more than 2-3% orphans.   so, you'd still have higher than 100% efficiency

i use maxblocksize 5000, but i restarted this morning to experiment with 3000.

i run p2pool with about 60 nodes added as --p2pool-node and allow another 20 outgoing and 10 incoming

I am trying figure out what he means by "I run p2pool with about 60 nodes added as --p2pool-node"
and how I can do the same to test if he's on to something?
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June 14, 2013, 02:34:13 AM
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I've (yesterday) taken 2.5GH/s elsewhere due to the recent bad luck (http://p2pool.info/luck/). Comes down to simple economics - it costs money to run the gear and <5 blocks a week is costing more than it's earning. If you look at the number of blocks solved by the pool over the last month or so (http://cryptominer.org/bitcoin/) it's declined rapidly.

I've been thinking about this for a bit and I really like the p2pool concept and recognise that if everybody bails during a period of bad luck then it'll never improve.

So... I've moved one of my miners back to p2pool (about 1GH/s) and I've configured failover on my other nodes now to point to my p2pool node.

Hopefully our luck improves soon! Back to 13 blocks a week would be good Smiley

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June 14, 2013, 08:47:21 AM
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To make about 2 blocks per day pool need about 1600GH power atm...

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June 14, 2013, 11:17:38 AM
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Yes, I've noticed the BTC P2Pool hashrate slowly dropping over the last week...sad to see. Do we think it has anything to do with the difficulty jumping up recently?
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June 14, 2013, 11:41:18 AM
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To make about 2 blocks per day pool need about 1600GH power atm...

1600GH/s you mean? The pool is currently at 600GH/s.

Yes, I've noticed the BTC P2Pool hashrate slowly dropping over the last week...sad to see. Do we think it has anything to do with the difficulty jumping up recently?

The number of blocks found has been decreasing for the last couple of weeks, this coincides with the global bitcoin network hash rate increasing, most likely due to ASICMINER. The difficulty increase is the network reacting to the increase in hash rate, so it's more of a symptom than the cause.

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June 14, 2013, 04:10:33 PM
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2 blocks a day and we will be okay!

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June 14, 2013, 04:14:40 PM
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2 blocks a day and we will be okay!
At current difficulty, the pool would need to be ~1.6TH to get 2 blocks per day on average. Soon to change to about 2TH.

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June 14, 2013, 04:17:01 PM
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June 14, 2013, 07:49:26 PM
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1 down

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June 14, 2013, 08:31:40 PM
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June 14, 2013, 09:41:23 PM
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Does anybody know how p2pool determines the difficulty it hands out to miners?  Specifically, I need to know if difficulty is determined at the pool level, the p2pool, instance level, the user (btc address) level, or the individual mining client level.

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
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June 14, 2013, 09:54:53 PM
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Does anybody know how p2pool determines the difficulty it hands out to miners?  Specifically, I need to know if difficulty is determined at the pool level, the p2pool, instance level, the user (btc address) level, or the individual mining client level.

Miner difficulty (as opposed to P2Pool share difficulty) is determined per-instance of p2pool based on how often results are being received.

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