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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2032332 times)
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January 21, 2014, 09:22:21 AM
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The payout for the miners is working! The one that doesn't work is the payout for the pool fee! Like I set up the pool to have 2% fee. I'm not getting this payment!

You get 2% of all shares submitted, not 2% of the fee credited to each share.

If your miners are generating 1 share a day, you would get 1 share to fee every 50 days.

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January 21, 2014, 03:56:15 PM
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That's a decent idea about running a VPS for a bitcoind relay.  I could stick p2pool on there too while I'm at it.

I like this idea of a VPS with the p2pool and bitcoind nodes on it. Will probably be trying that in the new few days. Anyone else have any tips on doing it?



Many of the public P2Pool nodes do just this. However if that person's P2Pool instance goes down, your miners will stop. Hopefully you have a backup pool configured, but you'd be surprised how many people don't do this.

I have setup a giant cluster of P2Pool instances. You can mine with us using credentials just like any other pool. However on the backend, everything is running P2Pool. Everything is also load balanced for failover and high availability. As of now things are running with zero fee's, and my plan is to add merged mining eventually to cover operational costs.

Check us out @ http://p2pool.io
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January 21, 2014, 10:29:45 PM
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I have setup a giant cluster of P2Pool instances. You can mine with us using credentials just like any other pool. However on the backend, everything is running P2Pool. Everything is also load balanced for failover and high availability. As of now things are running with zero fee's, and my plan is to add merged mining eventually to cover operational costs.

Check us out @ http://p2pool.io


I'm asking this because I'm working on a VPS node as well... I noticed your efficiency is 56% which is not so good for a p2pool node....

How are you working on the latencies?

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January 21, 2014, 10:44:05 PM
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I specifically wonder whether there is any value if having a local p2pool node that just talks to the VPS node.  That would reduce latency between the miners and the p2pool node, but would slightly increase latency between the miners and the rest of the p2pool network (due to the extra hop). Likewise if there is a local p2pool node, is there an advantage to also having a local bitcoind node, again connected only to the remote VPS bitcoind? That would reduce latency between p2pool and bitcoind (getblocktemplate) but again I'm not sure how much that matters.

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January 21, 2014, 10:49:21 PM
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I specifically wonder whether there is any value if having a local p2pool node that just talks to the VPS node.  That would reduce latency between the miners and the p2pool node, but would slightly increase latency between the miners and the rest of the p2pool network (due to the extra hop). Likewise if there is a local p2pool node, is there an advantage to also having a local bitcoind node, again connected only to the remote VPS bitcoind.  That would reduce latency between p2pool and bitcoind (getblocktemplate) but again I'm not sure how much that matters.



I'm looking at VPS because my GBT latency is still .4s+ though I dropped my block size 750000 it's a little better now but I do hover around 100 to 102% and I noticed that elizium.name is on digital ocean with a GBT latency of .013s Still wondering if the .4s is hurting me.

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January 21, 2014, 11:34:51 PM
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I just had to close a p2pool with over 4000 connections/sockets open.  Is there any way to fix this?  It's trivially easy to knock someone's p2pool offline?

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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January 21, 2014, 11:45:50 PM
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How do I setup fees on every payment with P2Pool?

I am asking because I am going to loan one of my miners to a friend who will be running on my pool. He's agreed on a 50/50 split. Since he and I are the only ones using this pool I don't have to about anything.


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January 22, 2014, 12:11:32 AM
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This is what I managed w/ one computer and about 45 seconds:

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I guess a firewall rule limiting the # of simultaneous connections  would work?

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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January 22, 2014, 02:15:05 AM
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I guess a firewall rule limiting the # of simultaneous connections  would work?

If you are on linux and using iptables you can use the recent module to block IPs that attempt connections too fast. You are still vulnerable to DDOS but I guess that just goes with the territory of having anything open to the world.



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This is what I managed w/ one computer and about 45 seconds:

Code:
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61772      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
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tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61728      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49628      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61720      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61654      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
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tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61740      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61724      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61773      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61729      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61612      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49620      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61692      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49646      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49645      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61641      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49611      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61682      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49653      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61711      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61640      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61676      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61602      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61697      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61744      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61712      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49606      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61704      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61687      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61674      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49607      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61685      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:49633      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61771      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
tcp        0      0 5.9.24.81:9555          71.42.153.15:61606      ESTABLISHED 2679/python
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I guess a firewall rule limiting the # of simultaneous connections  would work?

Btw- I figured out where all those quick connects/disconnects to your node were coming from when you had it up a few months ago.  It was MacMiner (Mac GUI for BFGMiner/CGMiner/CPUMiner). They set your node as one of the default backup pools.  So all users of MacMiner eventually hit your pool when their primaries failed over.  

They don't have you as backup anymore, so you may not see as many connections now. Wink

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January 22, 2014, 07:29:39 AM
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How do I setup fees on every payment with P2Pool?

I am asking because I am going to loan one of my miners to a friend who will be running on my pool. He's agreed on a 50/50 split. Since he and I are the only ones using this pool I don't have to about anything.

You not set it. Payment is directly from block. You can only set fee - how many % shares are count to node owner.

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How do I setup fees on every payment with P2Pool?

I am asking because I am going to loan one of my miners to a friend who will be running on my pool. He's agreed on a 50/50 split. Since he and I are the only ones using this pool I don't have to about anything.

You not set it. Payment is directly from block. You can only set fee - how many % shares are count to node owner.

So if I want to set the fee so that 50% of the shares come back to my node how would I do that?
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How do I setup fees on every payment with P2Pool?

I am asking because I am going to loan one of my miners to a friend who will be running on my pool. He's agreed on a 50/50 split. Since he and I are the only ones using this pool I don't have to about anything.

You not set it. Payment is directly from block. You can only set fee - how many % shares are count to node owner.

So if I want to set the fee so that 50% of the shares come back to my node how would I do that?

you set fee to 50, magic!
i bet you didnt expect that...

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How do I setup fees on every payment with P2Pool?

I am asking because I am going to loan one of my miners to a friend who will be running on my pool. He's agreed on a 50/50 split. Since he and I are the only ones using this pool I don't have to about anything.

You not set it. Payment is directly from block. You can only set fee - how many % shares are count to node owner.

So if I want to set the fee so that 50% of the shares come back to my node how would I do that?

you set fee to 50, magic!
i bet you didnt expect that...

Sorry I am still new to the p2pool, what do you mean set your fee? I am guessing I have remove the --give-author 0 from the startup command?

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Sorry I am still new to the p2pool, what do you mean set your fee? I am guessing I have remove the --give-author 0 from the startup command?

Thanks,

I don't use p2pool but from my google search it looks like "-f 50" will do what you want. It will assign 50% of the shares that come in to you, instead of the miner. (Not 50% of the amount paid, so it'll average out the same over time but may not work exactly as you expect short term.)

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Sorry I am still new to the p2pool, what do you mean set your fee? I am guessing I have remove the --give-author 0 from the startup command?

Thanks,

I don't use p2pool but from my google search it looks like "-f 50" will do what you want. It will assign 50% of the shares that come in to you, instead of the miner. (Not 50% of the amount paid, so it'll average out the same over time but may not work exactly as you expect short term.)

I think -f 50 is for the Windows version of P2Pool. I am running the Linux version.
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I think -f 50 is for the Windows version of P2Pool. I am running the Linux version.
It's the same on both. You can also use --fee 50.

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I think -f 50 is for the Windows version of P2Pool. I am running the Linux version.
It's the same on both. You can also use --fee 50.

Thanks Krak! I do have one more question for you, do I need to remove the --give-author 0 command from the startup in order for the --fee 50 to work?

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I think -f 50 is for the Windows version of P2Pool. I am running the Linux version.
It's the same on both. You can also use --fee 50.

Thanks Krak! I do have one more question for you, do I need to remove the --give-author 0 command from the startup in order for the --fee 50 to work?

Thanks


That's the donation amount to forrestv. Totally separate from the fee to you.  You really should put something more than 0 to be fair actually.  Just like the fee parameter though, it's in percent so --give-author 0.25 is 0.25% donated.

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January 22, 2014, 09:11:02 PM
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Hi everyone, I just have a question whether these latest issues may have affected payouts at all or if I just didn't p2pool long enough?

I managed to set up p2pool and bitcoin-qt server node on my local pc and it all connected and synchronized, but I couldn't connect to it with my miner, so after enough head-scratching I needed to get hashing again and tried a couple of public nodes and mined for approx 40hrs at around 180GH/s, mostly at http://196.2.147.115:9332 [16dAGWVSbxT3Zek84FuUMQGccfdyih8KrK] (that node eventually gave out) and http://78.27.191.182:8349 [1Ky5rbwSGVXvBQuqa7d7d49TnVmcM5Kaq2] among others, but I've received no payment at all and I'm sure at least one block was found during that time.

I did jump around a bit while looking for the closest node with the lowest latency and shortest ping so that could have affected things.

Does anyone know why I received nothing at all for the time I spent? Was I just not on long enough?

Thanks for any clarification in advance!

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