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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2031585 times)
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February 13, 2014, 07:20:51 PM
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i modify the 'punishing share' crap in my local copy so it doesn't automatically screw people over, but i suspect nobody else does this.

What specifically do you change and why?

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February 13, 2014, 09:58:18 PM
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How does one get a public node on to the p2pool list? http://p2pool-nodes.info/
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February 13, 2014, 10:41:01 PM
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re: creating p2pools for alt currencies
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Ure right, removed it on my fork
https://github.com/Rav3nPL/p2pool-rav/commit/a19b69536f0e79869a863b6603459e1055441a1a
Will restart all my nodes one by one to make it happen.

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February 13, 2014, 11:59:55 PM
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How does one get a public node on to the p2pool list? http://p2pool-nodes.info/

Just keep your pool with open ports on 9333 and 9332 and make sure it gets both inbound and outbound connections.  Eventually it'll hit the list.  It may just take a day or so. Maybe two.

Mine is the one that says it's in Nutley NJ (it's actually not, but close enough).


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February 16, 2014, 09:55:03 AM
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I'm running p2pool for a while now, but is there a known problem with memory usage?
My pool is running for days with the same hashrate, and max 20 peer connections.
The memory stays at 500MB, but suddenly it consumes more and more (4GB+) without more peers/hash/users.

Version: 13.4-16-g5ee3172-dirty running on Ubuntu in litecoin mode.
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February 16, 2014, 12:14:26 PM
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How does one get a public node on to the p2pool list? http://p2pool-nodes.info/

Just keep your pool with open ports on 9333 and 9332 and make sure it gets both inbound and outbound connections.  Eventually it'll hit the list.  It may just take a day or so. Maybe two.

Mine is the one that says it's in Nutley NJ (it's actually not, but close enough).



my node is running already since some weeks and it is still not listed. so no automatic listings.

and same with listings in p2pools.org.

it would be nice to know how the nodes get listed on those sites.

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February 16, 2014, 12:15:21 PM
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How does one get a public node on to the p2pool list? http://p2pool-nodes.info/

Just keep your pool with open ports on 9333 and 9332 and make sure it gets both inbound and outbound connections.  Eventually it'll hit the list.  It may just take a day or so. Maybe two.

Mine is the one that says it's in Nutley NJ (it's actually not, but close enough).



my node is running already since some weeks and it is still not listed. so no automatic listings.

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February 16, 2014, 01:59:32 PM
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my node is running already since some weeks and it is still not listed. so no automatic listings.

and same with listings in p2pools.org.

it would be nice to know how the nodes get listed on those sites.

I believe the scanner is based on all of the addresses in data/coinname/addrs. You might try setting up a direct connection to the scanner's node with -n so it sees you for sure.

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February 17, 2014, 01:20:08 PM
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I know this has been mentioned in passing or requested here a few times, but I didn't see any direct request for this feature on GitHub's issues list.
So I threw one over the fence..

Feature Request - status of Merged Mining connections #177

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Right now the only feedback we get is a single line in the running stdio display that shows "Got new merged mining work!". This doesn't tell us anything other than maybe at least one of the merged mining connections is working. So if we have Namecoin, Devcoin, IXCoin and IOCoin, how do we know one or more of those aren't working correctly other than hitting a block and seeing reward in the wallet? This can take a long time and won't help us diagnose any issues with connecting to any of the alt chains.

It would be great to have in the running log display, API, or web display some continuous data on whether any/all the merged mining connections are working and identify each connection, i.e. Namecoin, Devcoin, IXCoin, etc.

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February 17, 2014, 04:54:02 PM
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I know this has been mentioned in passing or requested here a few times, but I didn't see any direct request for this feature on GitHub's issues list.
So I threw one over the fence..

Feature Request - status of Merged Mining connections #177

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Right now the only feedback we get is a single line in the running stdio display that shows "Got new merged mining work!". This doesn't tell us anything other than maybe at least one of the merged mining connections is working. So if we have Namecoin, Devcoin, IXCoin and IOCoin, how do we know one or more of those aren't working correctly other than hitting a block and seeing reward in the wallet? This can take a long time and won't help us diagnose any issues with connecting to any of the alt chains.

It would be great to have in the running log display, API, or web display some continuous data on whether any/all the merged mining connections are working and identify each connection, i.e. Namecoin, Devcoin, IXCoin, etc.

That's a good idea - seconded. This year would be nice  Wink

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February 17, 2014, 05:55:32 PM
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I'm running p2pool for a while now, but is there a known problem with memory usage?
My pool is running for days with the same hashrate, and max 20 peer connections.
The memory stays at 500MB, but suddenly it consumes more and more (4GB+) without more peers/hash/users.

Version: 13.4-16-g5ee3172-dirty running on Ubuntu in litecoin mode.

Anyone?



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February 17, 2014, 07:03:05 PM
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I need help:

I've been mining on p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566 all day and have not receive 1 coin.  How do i know what is coming to me from all my mining?  My receive address is KSUaEY417YSnv7PCzH7yTBcbwGa15AJP16

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Is there a way i can check the block-chain on my own and verify i have coins coming or if they are getting stolen?
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February 17, 2014, 07:21:36 PM
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I need help:

I've been mining on p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566 all day and have not receive 1 coin.  How do i know what is coming to me from all my mining?  My receive address is KSUaEY417YSnv7PCzH7yTBcbwGa15AJP16

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Is there a way i can check the block-chain on my own and verify i have coins coming or if they are getting stolen?
You did not mined all day long. Look at graph on node's website: http://p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566/static/graphs.html?Day
You've been mining at ~410 Kh/s for 4 hours, then later same day at ~200 Kh/s for another 4 hours, and mining right now.  Roll Eyes You need to be mining steadily for 24 hours minimum, before you can say anything like "my coins are getting stolen" (sick Shocked).
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February 17, 2014, 07:24:09 PM
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i just joined, i'm thinking that i'll ramp up my miners and just then switch them off.
then i'll complain that I think all my coins have been stolen.

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February 17, 2014, 07:25:53 PM
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I need help:

I've been mining on p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566 all day and have not receive 1 coin.  How do i know what is coming to me from all my mining?  My receive address is KSUaEY417YSnv7PCzH7yTBcbwGa15AJP16

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Is there a way i can check the block-chain on my own and verify i have coins coming or if they are getting stolen?

If you look at these URLs and look for your address, you'll see your hash rate and coins to be paid when another block is found:

http://p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566/static/
http://p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566/static/graphs.html?Day

Once there is a payout, you should be able to use the "MEOW" block explorer (if there is one) to determine the number of coins credited.
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February 17, 2014, 07:30:41 PM
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So is it common for the p2p sites to only distribute coins once a day?   I just want to know (like you said 24 hours) how long i have to mine in order to receive coins?  How would i know this kind of info b4 i start mining on a p2p site?

Thanks for your answers (of course, I'm a newbie).  :-)

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February 17, 2014, 07:38:42 PM
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So is it common for the p2p sites to only distribute coins once a day?   I just want to know (like you said 24 hours) how long i have to mine in order to receive coins?  How would i know this kind of info b4 i start mining on a p2p site?

Thanks for your answers (of course, I'm a newbie).  :-)

bdc2343  
p2pool is distributing coins straight away when block is found. Payout average is calculated from many hours before, so you need to be mining streadily for some period of time (depends on coin). For Bitcoin, for example, you need to be mining for 3 days non stop before you get 100% of your average payout (assuming that you finding very rare, these times, paid - p2pool shares).
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February 17, 2014, 07:48:30 PM
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I need help:

I've been mining on p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566 all day and have not receive 1 coin.  How do i know what is coming to me from all my mining?  My receive address is KSUaEY417YSnv7PCzH7yTBcbwGa15AJP16

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bdc2343

Is there a way i can check the block-chain on my own and verify i have coins coming or if they are getting stolen?

If you look at these URLs and look for your address, you'll see your hash rate and coins to be paid when another block is found:

http://p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566/static/
http://p2pool-us.gotgeeks.com:9566/static/graphs.html?Day

Once there is a payout, you should be able to use the "MEOW" block explorer (if there is one) to determine the number of coins credited.

Looks like a lot unknown blocks today. Maybe someone forked the blockchain like they just did with Dogecoin. It's a problem with me2-coins that use an old protocol, someone with a lot of hardware (51%+ attack) can come in and mess it up because you don't have a lot of miners.

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February 17, 2014, 08:13:01 PM
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Heya, folks.  I've been reading up as much as I can, and I think I know the answer to this question, but I thought I'd ask just to be sure.

I run my own little bitcoin p2pool node on my home network, and I have four mining rigs/devices pointed at it -- 5GH, 5GH, 20GH, and 200GH.  Right now, all four use the same bitcoin address as their username.  However, I'd like to track the work, results, and payouts of each one separately.  If I assign each rig its own unique payout address, would that cause my earnings to go down? 

My guess is yes, since if one of the 5GH rigs gets a share, it "counts" for or earns less than if the 200GH rig found that share. On the other hand, if the 200GH rig gets a share, the payout of the 5GH rig would effectively be zero.

Any clarification would be appreciated. Thanks.

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February 17, 2014, 08:15:14 PM
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If I assign each rig its own unique payout address, would that cause my earnings to go down?  

It will not cause your earnings to go down on average, it will cause your earnings to jump around (a little) more. Either way most of your earnings come from the 200 GH so the difference will be small.

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My guess is yes, since if one of the 5GH rigs gets a share, it "counts" for or earns less than if the 200GH rig found that share.

No all shares count the same, the 5 GH just gets fewer of them.
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