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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2035109 times)
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November 16, 2013, 10:19:21 PM
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To all p2pool users:

Please consider using the patched Bitcoin main client that de-prioritises re-used addresses patched Bitcoin main client that de-prioritises re-used addresses. This will not affect the processing of payments to the addresses that p2pool users all re-use for our reward payments, as confirmed by the author of the patch.

The future value of everyone's Bitcoin depends on removing the effectiveness of the coloured lists. De-prioritising re-used addresses will make Green listed addresses unattractive, and hopefully it will be possible to change the culture, using HD keychains, to need to re-use addresses by anyone, including making mining with an alternating address a reality (which can only be a privacy enhancement).

forrestv, please consider the options. Right now, it is possible that p2pool could benefit from moving to a self defined username model, with the p2pool client requesting a new public key for reward payments each time we hit a new round. Possibly this could introduce problems with orphaning blocks that are found consecutively, on the rare occasions that this has occured on p2pool. In the future, enabling the use of BIP32 keychains for reward payment is also an option. Do not be concerned that this is a privacy issue, multiple keychains can be created per wallet, and so you can create a specific keychain to use only with p2pool or whoever else you wish to mine with.


Support the discouraging of address re-use.


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November 17, 2013, 04:30:10 AM
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OK, so I'm guessing people probably use 204.10.105.113:9332/static because of the domain p2pool.org... even though it's horribly set up & has a 2% fee.  quite sad really, when one looks at the one month/one year chart.  (oh and ofc he never took me up on my offer, no mails from that guy)

now, second question, why do people use elizium.name?... or is it just all local traffic?  though I'd be shocked if 95% or more of it wasn't just from random people using a remote p2pool.  400 shares I think is enough to get a trend & 55 orphans is bad.   I can see there's 11 outgoing connections, but I guess I'll assume that those are just random outgoing connections?   It looks like my node @ 198.12.127.2 used one of its random outgoing connections to hook up w/ it, but not connected to me at the other two places.   normally i'd add it to --p2pool-node since it seems to be on a fast enough computer & good connection, but i've just been observing the sub 100% efficiency for the last few days & curiosity killed the cat.  Is it all just because of that interface?  The most important part is busted (the share explorer).

I also don't understand why so many people use 183.136.216.39:9332/static/graphs.html?Year when it's absolutely horrid.  10 outgoing connections, that are either totally random or not good choices.  For location (China), he's not connecting to some critical western US & Russian nodes that he should be on.  I *think* it's also on an old version of bitcoind.  at least it's at 0% fee

But why would you use that over this:   mine.yuyi.tw:9332 a far superior pool in Taiwan with 1/10th the hashrate.  This one runs 0% fee too, so that's not it

is there some place i'm missing where these sites are being advertised?  reddit?  asic hardware manufacturer forums?  lol.     

some people want to use p2pool for whatever reason, but don't want to spend money on hosting for their own node (I'll assume they live in a crap rural area like myself w/ shit for bandwidth).   but why always choose the wrong pools?   then you get all the bullshit misinformation about how p2pool pays out less than <insert x pool>.  yeah, probably cause you were on one of these low efficiency pools or running a local node that was getting 15% orphans and 5% DOA..  though if it weren't for those people, I guess the rest wouldn't be picking up the bonus

but, seriously, who is mining on one of those 3 pools right now and why?   is there anyone that reads this thread that does?   if not, where are they coming from?

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November 17, 2013, 05:04:09 AM
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OK, so I'm guessing people probably use 204.10.105.113:9332/static because of the domain p2pool.org... even though it's horribly set up & has a 2% fee.  quite sad really, when one looks at the one month/one year chart.  (oh and ofc he never took me up on my offer, no mails from that guy)

now, second question, why do people use elizium.name?... or is it just all local traffic?  though I'd be shocked if 95% or more of it wasn't just from random people using a remote p2pool.  400 shares I think is enough to get a trend & 55 orphans is bad.   I can see there's 11 outgoing connections, but I guess I'll assume that those are just random outgoing connections?   It looks like my node @ 198.12.127.2 used one of its random outgoing connections to hook up w/ it, but not connected to me at the other two places.   normally i'd add it to --p2pool-node since it seems to be on a fast enough computer & good connection, but i've just been observing the sub 100% efficiency for the last few days & curiosity killed the cat.  Is it all just because of that interface?  The most important part is busted (the share explorer).

I also don't understand why so many people use 183.136.216.39:9332/static/graphs.html?Year when it's absolutely horrid.  10 outgoing connections, that are either totally random or not good choices.  For location (China), he's not connecting to some critical western US & Russian nodes that he should be on.  I *think* it's also on an old version of bitcoind.  at least it's at 0% fee

But why would you use that over this:   mine.yuyi.tw:9332 a far superior pool in Taiwan with 1/10th the hashrate.  This one runs 0% fee too, so that's not it

is there some place i'm missing where these sites are being advertised?  reddit?  asic hardware manufacturer forums?  lol.     

some people want to use p2pool for whatever reason, but don't want to spend money on hosting for their own node (I'll assume they live in a crap rural area like myself w/ shit for bandwidth).   but why always choose the wrong pools?   then you get all the bullshit misinformation about how p2pool pays out less than <insert x pool>.  yeah, probably cause you were on one of these low efficiency pools or running a local node that was getting 15% orphans and 5% DOA..  though if it weren't for those people, I guess the rest wouldn't be picking up the bonus

but, seriously, who is mining on one of those 3 pools right now and why?   is there anyone that reads this thread that does?   if not, where are they coming from?

I use Elizium for one of my backup failovers so I can keep on p2pool when my local node is updated and needs to restart. Secondary Backup on BTCGuild.   Elizium's current efficiency of 105% isn't bad and they have decent uptime and ping from my location. Of course I only need them for the minute or so when I'm restarting the node after a git pull or the few minutes I need to do a full reboot and system maintenance.

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November 17, 2013, 09:40:21 AM
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Hi guys,
I'm new to Mining BTC with P2Pool as I have always been an LTC miner!
I've setup my pool
pool.play4.co.uk:9332
And I'm hashing at approx 10GH/s

Estimated time to share is about 1 day! Is there anyway to lower this share target or do I just need more miners on here to speed things up?

P.S
Anybody that wants to join in with my pool please feel free it's 0% fee Smiley

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November 17, 2013, 12:57:50 PM
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OK, so I'm guessing people probably use 204.10.105.113:9332/static because of the domain p2pool.org... even though it's horribly set up & has a 2% fee.  quite sad really, when one looks at the one month/one year chart.  (oh and ofc he never took me up on my offer, no mails from that guy)

now, second question, why do people use elizium.name?... or is it just all local traffic?  though I'd be shocked if 95% or more of it wasn't just from random people using a remote p2pool.  400 shares I think is enough to get a trend & 55 orphans is bad.   I can see there's 11 outgoing connections, but I guess I'll assume that those are just random outgoing connections?   It looks like my node @ 198.12.127.2 used one of its random outgoing connections to hook up w/ it, but not connected to me at the other two places.   normally i'd add it to --p2pool-node since it seems to be on a fast enough computer & good connection, but i've just been observing the sub 100% efficiency for the last few days & curiosity killed the cat.  Is it all just because of that interface?  The most important part is busted (the share explorer).

I also don't understand why so many people use 183.136.216.39:9332/static/graphs.html?Year when it's absolutely horrid.  10 outgoing connections, that are either totally random or not good choices.  For location (China), he's not connecting to some critical western US & Russian nodes that he should be on.  I *think* it's also on an old version of bitcoind.  at least it's at 0% fee

But why would you use that over this:   mine.yuyi.tw:9332 a far superior pool in Taiwan with 1/10th the hashrate.  This one runs 0% fee too, so that's not it

is there some place i'm missing where these sites are being advertised?  reddit?  asic hardware manufacturer forums?  lol.     

some people want to use p2pool for whatever reason, but don't want to spend money on hosting for their own node (I'll assume they live in a crap rural area like myself w/ shit for bandwidth).   but why always choose the wrong pools?   then you get all the bullshit misinformation about how p2pool pays out less than <insert x pool>.  yeah, probably cause you were on one of these low efficiency pools or running a local node that was getting 15% orphans and 5% DOA..  though if it weren't for those people, I guess the rest wouldn't be picking up the bonus

but, seriously, who is mining on one of those 3 pools right now and why?   is there anyone that reads this thread that does?   if not, where are they coming from?

I use Elizium for one of my backup failovers so I can keep on p2pool when my local node is updated and needs to restart. Secondary Backup on BTCGuild.   Elizium's current efficiency of 105% isn't bad and they have decent uptime and ping from my location. Of course I only need them for the minute or so when I'm restarting the node after a git pull or the few minutes I need to do a full reboot and system maintenance.

That wouldn't be causing it to get the 4thash then...  Grin

Uh, I think all these bizarre miners on my node are just someone loading me up with TCP sockets that never close.

The daily chart at the moment has quite a few:

http://www.nogleg.com:9332/static/graphs.html?Day

This Kyle Rubenok fellow in particular doesn't really seem like a bitcoin miner to me.  I've tried to contact a few of those ppl, anyway

Here's an example from dstat:

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------sockets------ --net/eth0- -dsk/total- ---load-avg--- ----interrupts---
tot tcp udp raw frg| recv  send| read  writ| 1m   5m  15m |  44    54    55
981 940   3   0   0| 108k  603k|   0     0 |0.09 0.21 0.22|   0     0  1403
982 940   3   0   0| 243k 1255k|   0     0 |0.16 0.22 0.23|   0     0  3291
982 940   3   0   0|  79k  622k|   0    24k|0.16 0.22 0.23|   7     0  1092
984 942   3   0   0| 168k  991k| 112k   80k|0.16 0.22 0.23|  18     0  2319
987 945   3   0   0| 289k  911k|  52k    0 |0.16 0.22 0.23|   4     0  1473
987 945   3   0   0| 313k  992k|   0     0 |0.16 0.22 0.23|   0     0  1633
987 945   3   0   0| 284k  881k|   0     0 |0.15 0.22 0.23|   0     0   844
987 945   3   0   0| 181k 1163k|   0     0 |0.27 0.25 0.23|   0     0  2430
987 945   3   0   0|  45k  625k|   0     0 |0.27 0.25 0.23|   0     0   786
989 947   3   0   0|  30k  353k|   0     0 |0.27 0.25 0.23|   0     0   473
992 950   3   0   0| 130k  786k|   0    16k|0.27 0.25 0.23|   4     0  1593
992 950   3   0   0|  56k  418k|   0     0 |0.25 0.24 0.23|   1     0   715
992 950   3   0   0| 190k 1110k|   0     0 |0.25 0.24 0.23|   0     0  2562
992 949   3   0   0|  72k 2964k|   0     0 |0.25 0.24 0.23|   0     0  1437
992 949   3   0   0| 146k 3193k|   0    24k|0.25 0.24 0.23|   6     0  2251
994 951   3   0   0|  94k 3100k|2048k    0 |0.25 0.24 0.23|   5     0  1342
998 955   3   0   0|  73k 3181k|   0     0 |0.23 0.24 0.23|   0     0  1295
998 955   3   0   0| 106k 3168k|2048k    0 |0.23 0.24 0.23|   5     0  1383
998 955   3   0   0|  46k 2527k|   0     0 |0.22 0.24 0.23|   0     0   993
997 954   3   0   0| 122k 1866k|   0     0 |0.22 0.24 0.23|   0     0  1815
997 954   3   0   0|  43k 2023k|   0     0 |0.22 0.24 0.23|   0     0   981
998 955   3   0   0|  48k 2575k|   0   568k|0.22 0.24 0.23|   8     0  1047
998 955   3   0   0|  92k 4088k|   0     0 |0.22 0.24 0.23|   0     0  1328
998 955   3   0   0| 104k 3917k|   0     0 |0.28 0.25 0.23|   0     0  1279
998 955   3   0   0|  96k 4044k|   0     0 |0.28 0.25 0.23|   0     0  1315

the 1st and 2nd numbers being of interest  (it was 900 to 1000 in a minute or so)

this also caused a stratum disconnect & some lost shares, though I'm not sure if that's even related to this, since Hetzner itself is getting 600ms ping times and hardcore packetloss as well... 

Some ping stats around the same time:

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Ping statistics for 5.9.24.82:
    Packets: Sent = 5596, Received = 5491, Lost = 105 (1% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
    Minimum = 179ms, Maximum = 286ms, Average = 186ms

Pinging google.com [74.125.227.238] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 74.125.227.238: bytes=32 time=46ms TTL=56
Reply from 74.125.227.238: bytes=32 time=46ms TTL=56

Ping statistics for 74.125.227.238:
    Packets: Sent = 2, Received = 2, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
    Minimum = 46ms, Maximum = 46ms, Average = 46ms

Pinging 5.9.24.81 with 32 bytes of data:
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    Packets: Sent = 22, Received = 11, Lost = 11 (50% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
    Minimum = 594ms, Maximum = 605ms, Average = 600ms

Pinging hetzner.de [213.133.107.227] with 32 bytes of data:
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I don't see why so many people would mine w/ invalid addresses to a p2pool node, honestly.  I mean, I've had a big warning written up there for several weeks now. 

A couple of the "real" addresses have zero total transactions, but a few are active....

So, are all these locked sockets just being caused by Hetzner's network getting messed up, is there really a dozen or two people not using a valid bitcoin address mining to me over the last week?

Does anyone else get hundreds of dead sockets to 9332?

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That wouldn't be causing it to get the 4thash then...  Grin


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ed: fixed name

As far as the bgahl@bawcsa.org (awfully similar to the person mining under "bgahl@bawcsa.org_batman" on pool), I did notice this:

nm, that info was too old.  there are a few reports of email spam coming from bgahl@bawcsa.org, but i doubt that really has any relevance

maybe the non-clearing sockets are just a side effect of hetzner having some rather serious issues atm?   that would be a bug within python I guess?

heh,

Type:   Fault report   
Categories:   Network
Start:   November 17, 2013 1:30:00 PM CET
End:   Unknown
Description:   We have unfortunately just experienced a large incoming attack on a server in RZ19.

We have resolved the issue and are currently dropping the udp traffic for 144.76.36.0/27. It appears the Attack switches targets, we'll may need to put additional IP or Subnet on this filter rules.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Thank you for your understanding.

... my point about the sockets not closing still stands tho... I was having that problem *before* this was announced =p

.. and it isn't resolved, still get about 60% ploss to hetzner.de...  144.76.36,  some bitcoin pool there?  heh

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it looks like their plan so far has been rotating null routing?   wtf..

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zvs, thanks that you care so much about p2pool
if you have some suggestions about efficiency of http://elizium.name write me please.
this node based on an excellent server with a lot of memory, bandwidth, good pings, 99.9% uptime so there is a lot of reasons to use it any ways

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zvs, thanks that you care so much about p2pool
if you have some suggestions about efficiency of http://elizium.name write me please.
this node based on an excellent server with a lot of memory, bandwidth, good pings, 99.9% uptime so there is a lot of reasons to use it any ways
yeah, i've noticed it's on a really good system (next time i restart it, you're in my p2pool-node list so that should help some anyway)

i'm having issues w/ my own right now, at least some of it is probably connected to dropping efficiency rate w/ higher hash rate?

but finally someone w/ decent hash rate sat on here for a bit, now i'm getting occasional stratum interrupts on my video card.  it resyncs fine, but some other ppl report that it essentially destroys the connection and never fixes itself?

i'm trying it now with an expiry time of 60 seconds instead of 120 seconds, then stratum should never time out?

i know machine isn't overloaded or anything, so not really sure what the deal is with that/.. but whoever that was is gone now, so i'll have to test some more later i guess, haha

i see the getblocktemplate latency went up a lot..  i guess  i should put p2pool in tmpfs also, that's strange.  i do still have memory leak issues with bitcoind, it was up to 6GB memory, so i reset that

i'm also getting those random miners again w/o having a bitcoin address set.  this time fr333n3rgy, which looks like another minecraft player, same with ccg121.  capitall is too generic a name, tomparis2000, well, i don't know what's up w/ those google results.   just a lot of ppl that come over for a minute or two w/o bitcoin addresses.

is there someone running a modified pool somewhere where people have user accounts & they have other p2pools as backups?

do you get a lot of ppl w/o a bitcoin address as username as well?     it's also still having the issue of leaving 9332 sockets open, i have about 200 so far now

Dacentec, best deals for US dedicated servers. They regularly restock $20-$25 Opterons with 8-16GB RAM & 2x1-2TB HDD's (ofc, usually lots of other good stuff to choose from).  I did a Serverbear benchmark of one of my $20/mo Opteron (June last year), it's here.  Have had about a half dozen different servers with Dacentec, & none have failed to sustain at least 40MB/s (burst higher). My favorite is a 12-month rent-to-own ZT Systems 2XL5520 16GB 2x2TB SATA for $40/month (got lucky with the 'off-brand', haven't seen a RTO 2xL5520 for under $50/mo since -- at least for monthly contracts).  wholesaleinternet.com has some ancient 2-core intel CPUs @ $10/mo sometimes (I got an Intel Core 2 6300 @ 1.86GHz, with a 250GB HDD with 46000 hours on it, LOL. $20 @ Dacentec is much better, if you can grab one). joesdatacenter.com (same location as Wholesale Internet) also occasionally has specials (or if you don't want to wait, it has an AMD Opteron 170 @ $16/mo).
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Well, I just restarted everything w/ the latest git of p2pool.  

28 shares, 1 orphan, 5 DOA amongst all four

All 5 DOA came from one reporting a 12% DOA & the historical DOA would make around 2-2.5 or so normal.   I did notice that all 5 DOA came from the same worker, while the other workers had 0 (the worker with 5 DOA shares had 8 or 9 total.... just extremely unlucky, or it's underreporting some DOA % or what?).  I did notice the web values don't always coincide with the values you see in your log

Anyway, nothing changed other than the index.html & number of outgoing and incoming connections on this new git.  Not sure if it still did/does the stratum connection interrupts or not?

btw: I'm assuming this increasing latency from everyone is because of all the free priority transactions that p2pool stores?

Code:
2013-11-18 23:59:38 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
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2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:39 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:40 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:40 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
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2013-11-18 23:59:40 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
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2013-11-18 23:59:40 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
2013-11-18 23:59:40 ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : free transaction rejected by rate limiter
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i'm assuming it stores them all somewhere, else i'd get a lot more of the

log:2013-11-18 17:46:18.884577 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248810 54ae5455
log:2013-11-18 17:46:53.459911 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248925 9d3b9599
log:2013-11-18 17:47:30.062552 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248888 b5e1de16
log:2013-11-18 17:47:41.372764 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248888 b5e1de16
log:2013-11-18 17:47:45.965405 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248823 b174ddb7
log:2013-11-18 17:47:50.254166 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248823 b174ddb7
log:2013-11-18 17:48:17.342628 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248929 b771bc0a
log:2013-11-18 17:48:23.296767 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248778 05d4da52
log:2013-11-18 17:48:28.075889 invalid hash for xxx 'remember_tx' 248778 05d4da52



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Zvs: I guess this means we should remove your 3 servers from our Bitcoin addnode and p2pool -n lists?

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ed: haha, ok, this time I'm seriously done w/ p2pool.  too buggy & f*cked up.   bogs system down hardcore when 100 people connect to you for 2 seconds.  fails to close closets.  could be a python problem.  plus no response from developer... oh, yeah, gg having like 400 sockets clear after closing p2pool process
It's almost as if it was never meant to have that many connections. Oh wait...

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Cool, should mean less wall-of-text meaningless ramblings on this thread, too.  Roll Eyes
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Zvs: I guess this means we should remove your 3 servers from our Bitcoin addnode and p2pool -n lists?
Yah.   Grin

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It's almost as if it was never meant to have that many connections. Oh wait...
Sure seems that way.  I imagine it's why p2pool.org runs so horribly.

Doesn't mean that it's a problem that should be ignored.

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Even the poster above you caught the drift, but you just seem to be oblivious

on second thought, you're not oblivious, just a jackass.  the guy running p2pool.org is oblivious.  p2pool.org:9332/static/graphs.html?Day ... upgrade ... bitcoind ... version ...

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the guy running p2pool.org is oblivious.  p2pool.org:9332/static/graphs.html?Day ... upgrade ... bitcoind ... version ...

Except to the fact that he was able to secure p2pool.org.

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funny, I came back to report that failover-only was working on zvs's pools, when he took them down this time they didn't lock up the miners.
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the guy running p2pool.org is oblivious.  p2pool.org:9332/static/graphs.html?Day ... upgrade ... bitcoind ... version ...

Except to the fact that he was able to secure p2pool.org.

What, did something happen to it earlier?  I'm confused..

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funny, I came back to report that failover-only was working on zvs's pools, when he took them down this time they didn't lock up the miners.

Yeah, mostly just got tired of all the ppl coming without even using their bitcoin address, even though they generated me a couple of taco bell meals over the last couple of weeks.

When I look at p2pool.org's daily log, there's not a single person listed that didn't use a proper bitcoin address (well, a few litecoin addresses)....   but his getblocktemplate latency chart is lol  Grin

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Wait, you got tired of people potentially donating to you (may not have been a mistake) and that's why you left P2Pool?  What if they were legitimately paying you a tip/donation with hash cycles?

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OK, so I'm guessing people probably use 204.10.105.113:9332/static because of the domain p2pool.org... even though it's horribly set up & has a 2% fee.  quite sad really, when one looks at the one month/one year chart.  (oh and ofc he never took me up on my offer, no mails from that guy)

now, second question, why do people use elizium.name?... or is it just all local traffic?  though I'd be shocked if 95% or more of it wasn't just from random people using a remote p2pool.  400 shares I think is enough to get a trend & 55 orphans is bad.   I can see there's 11 outgoing connections, but I guess I'll assume that those are just random outgoing connections?   It looks like my node @ 198.12.127.2 used one of its random outgoing connections to hook up w/ it, but not connected to me at the other two places.   normally i'd add it to --p2pool-node since it seems to be on a fast enough computer & good connection, but i've just been observing the sub 100% efficiency for the last few days & curiosity killed the cat.  Is it all just because of that interface?  The most important part is busted (the share explorer).

I also don't understand why so many people use 183.136.216.39:9332/static/graphs.html?Year when it's absolutely horrid.  10 outgoing connections, that are either totally random or not good choices.  For location (China), he's not connecting to some critical western US & Russian nodes that he should be on.  I *think* it's also on an old version of bitcoind.  at least it's at 0% fee

But why would you use that over this:   mine.yuyi.tw:9332 a far superior pool in Taiwan with 1/10th the hashrate.  This one runs 0% fee too, so that's not it

is there some place i'm missing where these sites are being advertised?  reddit?  asic hardware manufacturer forums?  lol.    

some people want to use p2pool for whatever reason, but don't want to spend money on hosting for their own node (I'll assume they live in a crap rural area like myself w/ shit for bandwidth).   but why always choose the wrong pools?   then you get all the bullshit misinformation about how p2pool pays out less than <insert x pool>.  yeah, probably cause you were on one of these low efficiency pools or running a local node that was getting 15% orphans and 5% DOA..  though if it weren't for those people, I guess the rest wouldn't be picking up the bonus

but, seriously, who is mining on one of those 3 pools right now and why?   is there anyone that reads this thread that does?   if not, where are they coming from?

你懂中文吗?我不懂英文,183.136.216.39:9332是我建立的,但是我不懂编程这些技术,这是个普通的P2POOL节点矿池。我不知道如何去固定节点,或者应该怎么固定你说的美国俄罗斯节点。我只是和朋友在一起挖矿,可能是最差的池,来自一个完全不懂电脑程序的人,服务器是朋友提供的,没有打算收取任何费用。很高兴能引起你的关注,同时我也希望能得到技术上的帮助。如果你懂中文,是否可以用中文来帮助我解决这些问题,谢谢。钱包是的0.85版本。
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