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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2035510 times)
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February 17, 2012, 09:56:39 PM
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P2Pool release 0.8.6 - tag: 0.8.6

Windows py2exe binary: http://u.forre.st/u/szpnzcpo/p2pool_win32_d222f8d.zip
Source tarball: https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/tarball/0.8.6

Changes:
* IRC announcer doesn't spam as much
* Some possible bugs in sharechain ranking have been fixed, so forks may be prevented
* Outgoing connections are constrained to one per /16, making Sybil attacks harder

Note: I would recommend switching to Bitcoin 0.6.0 RC 1, which includes the RPC getblock call. The getblock call lets P2Pool keep track of block heights more robustly, and so might protect you from sharechain forks. Download it from https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=63165.0

Frizz23 and anyone else having problems with apparent forks, upgrade to this and follow the above advice.

AWESOME FORRESTV!!

Can't wait to forget about payout variance...

Lets make more lobby in favor of P2Pool! We need to reach 600-800GHash ASAP!  Tongue

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February 17, 2012, 09:59:24 PM
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Okay thanks everybody. Something seems to be happening now, without error messages.

With a hashrate of around: [423.123 MH/s <~378 MH/s>] how often should I expect to see
an increase in my balance, and by approx. how much?  I am trying to gauge how well it
is doing compared with the last pool I was at. Right now the rejection rate isn't that good
at 9.33% (perhaps it will come down over time?), compared to .3% at that last pool.  

I can check bitcoind while it is running with p2pool right?  bitcoind getinfo?

I don't know what to make of all the messages in the run_p2pool.exe window.   Undecided


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February 17, 2012, 10:04:43 PM
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I can check bitcoind while it is running with p2pool right?  bitcoind getinfo?

I don't know what to make of all the messages in the run_p2pool.exe window.   Undecided


The commands "bitcoind getbalance" and "bitcoind listtransactions" are your friends. Cool

You're going through just what I did a few days ago.  You'll find much more day to day variability in what you collect as compared to say deepbit.

You are in a maze of twisty little passages, all alike.
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February 17, 2012, 10:36:21 PM
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With a hashrate of around: [423.123 MH/s <~378 MH/s>] how often should I expect to see
an increase in my balance, and by approx. how much?  I am trying to gauge how well it
is doing compared with the last pool I was at.

How often you get paid has nothing to do with YOUR hashrate.  You (and everyone else) gets paid when a block is solved and that is based on p2pool global hashrate & Bitcoin difficulty.  Right now p2pool has avg block time of ~5 hours but due to variance it could be 20% of that or 500% of that per block (or more).

I can check bitcoind while it is running with p2pool right?  bitcoind getinfo?

I don't know what to make of all the messages in the run_p2pool.exe window.   Undecided
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February 17, 2012, 10:50:09 PM
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With a hashrate of around: [423.123 MH/s <~378 MH/s>] how often should I expect to see
an increase in my balance, and by approx. how much?  I am trying to gauge how well it
is doing compared with the last pool I was at.

How often you get paid has nothing to do with YOUR hashrate.  You (and everyone else) gets paid when a block is solved and that is based on p2pool global hashrate & Bitcoin difficulty.  Right now p2pool has avg block time of ~5 hours but due to variance it could be 20% of that or 500% of that per block (or more).

I see, thanks.  Right now it is that > 9% rejection rate that will make me want to go back to the previous pool I was at.
That and the merged mining I could do there.

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February 17, 2012, 11:51:50 PM
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With a hashrate of around: [423.123 MH/s <~378 MH/s>] how often should I expect to see
an increase in my balance, and by approx. how much?  I am trying to gauge how well it
is doing compared with the last pool I was at.

How often you get paid has nothing to do with YOUR hashrate.  You (and everyone else) gets paid when a block is solved and that is based on p2pool global hashrate & Bitcoin difficulty.  Right now p2pool has avg block time of ~5 hours but due to variance it could be 20% of that or 500% of that per block (or more).

I see, thanks.  Right now it is that > 9% rejection rate that will make me want to go back to the previous pool I was at.
That and the merged mining I could do there.

You can do merged mining with p2pool but you'll have an higher variance because you're basically solo mining.
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February 18, 2012, 12:02:06 AM
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With a hashrate of around: [423.123 MH/s <~378 MH/s>] how often should I expect to see
an increase in my balance, and by approx. how much?  I am trying to gauge how well it
is doing compared with the last pool I was at.

How often you get paid has nothing to do with YOUR hashrate.  You (and everyone else) gets paid when a block is solved and that is based on p2pool global hashrate & Bitcoin difficulty.  Right now p2pool has avg block time of ~5 hours but due to variance it could be 20% of that or 500% of that per block (or more).

I see, thanks.  Right now it is that > 9% rejection rate that will make me want to go back to the previous pool I was at.
That and the merged mining I could do there.

What rejection rate are you talking about? P2Pool's rejections are different from pools. Getting some, about 9%, is normal, and doesn't hurt your payout.

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February 18, 2012, 12:45:00 AM
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What rejection rate are you talking about?

The one displayed in my miners (poclbm) window: [Rej: 91/1050 <8.67%>]
with the pool I was using before it was less than 1%. 

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P2Pool's rejections are different from pools. Getting some, about 9%, is normal, and doesn't hurt your payout.

Rej: 9% using p2pool will give me as much as, or more, payout than Rej: 0.3% at that other pool? 
I don't understand how that could be... but I suppose I will just have to let it run a while and see
the actual payout and compare that to what I was getting from the others pools I have tried.   

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February 18, 2012, 12:52:01 AM
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What rejection rate are you talking about?

The one displayed in my miners (poclbm) window: [Rej: 91/1050 <8.67%>]
with the pool I was using before it was less than 1%. 

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P2Pool's rejections are different from pools. Getting some, about 9%, is normal, and doesn't hurt your payout.

Rej: 9% using p2pool will give me as much as, or more, payout than Rej: 0.3% at that other pool? 
I don't understand how that could be... but I suppose I will just have to let it run a while and see
the actual payout and compare that to what I was getting from the others pools I have tried.   


If your miner is rejecting many shares at all, you're probably using an incompatible miner. Look at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool#Miners . Is your FPS really low? You should have it at about 30.

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February 18, 2012, 12:52:31 AM
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What rejection rate are you talking about?

The one displayed in my miners (poclbm) window: [Rej: 91/1050 <8.67%>]
with the pool I was using before it was less than 1%. 

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P2Pool's rejections are different from pools. Getting some, about 9%, is normal, and doesn't hurt your payout.

Rej: 9% using p2pool will give me as much as, or more, payout than Rej: 0.3% at that other pool? 
I don't understand how that could be... but I suppose I will just have to let it run a while and see
the actual payout and compare that to what I was getting from the others pools I have tried.   

Hmm - interesting ....
So would that mean that if you could get the rejection rate down to 0% you'd get paid 9.89% more than you'd expect to get?
(Since I'd guess everyone else gets 9% rejection ...)

Hmm thinking more - yes it does mean is that if you are getting below the average rejection rate you are getting more than your expected payout.

The catch of course it to know what the average rejection rate actually is.

... and there are ways to reduce your rejection rate ...

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February 18, 2012, 01:08:58 AM
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If your miner is rejecting many shares at all, you're probably using an incompatible miner. Look at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool#Miners . Is your FPS really low? You should have it at about 30.

I don't know what FPS means in this context; how to check it or change it with this miner.

I run MSI Afterburner to overclock my 5870 card: 990 core clock; 300 memory clock; no change to the default voltage.

I use poclbm_py2exe_20120205, with these flags: -d0 -v -w128 -f1
( not sure what any of those flags do... got it from the mining forum, from people with the same card and miner as me,
and it seems to work fine with those other pools. )

Is it that -f flag I need to boost up?

And if I do will I be able to keep working at my desktop without it slowing to a crawl?

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February 18, 2012, 01:52:42 AM
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If your miner is rejecting many shares at all, you're probably using an incompatible miner. Look at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool#Miners . Is your FPS really low? You should have it at about 30.

I don't know what FPS means in this context; how to check it or change it with this miner.

I run MSI Afterburner to overclock my 5870 card: 990 core clock; 300 memory clock; no change to the default voltage.

I use poclbm_py2exe_20120205, with these flags: -d0 -v -w128 -f1
( not sure what any of those flags do... got it from the mining forum, from people with the same card and miner as me,
and it seems to work fine with those other pools. )

Is it that -f flag I need to boost up?

And if I do will I be able to keep working at my desktop without it slowing to a crawl?

Thanks

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February 18, 2012, 03:37:04 AM
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Are there better ways to stop p2pool?

I am pressing Ctrl+C to stop it right now.

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February 18, 2012, 05:21:47 AM
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Are there better ways to stop p2pool?

I am pressing Ctrl+C to stop it right now.
I can turn two button into one for you, Click the X, There! one mouse click!
(but seriously your question is rather vague, Do you wish to Pause p2pool? anyone can stop it easily)

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February 18, 2012, 05:46:31 AM
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Are there better ways to stop p2pool?

I am pressing Ctrl+C to stop it right now.
I can turn two button into one for you, Click the X, There! one mouse click!
(but seriously your question is rather vague, Do you wish to Pause p2pool? anyone can stop it easily)
I think he was asking if there was some hotkey like "q" or something.  Ctrl+C is what you want.

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February 18, 2012, 06:34:35 AM
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I'm confused: was this block mined by P2pool or BTC Guild http://blockchain.info/block-index/870684/000000000000079f7e918f3fba8f758383e1061c5d4eb8b3742612dedc23c00e  ?

 Huh


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February 18, 2012, 06:42:38 AM
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P2pool.

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February 18, 2012, 06:55:59 AM
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That's weird as I didn't get a payout even though my address shows up there Sad

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February 18, 2012, 07:03:50 AM
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If your address is in there, you didn't only get a payout, you can actually see how much you got paid.
It doesn't seem to mention whether that block was orphaned, though...

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February 18, 2012, 07:10:17 AM
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That's weird as I didn't get a payout even though my address shows up there Sad

I haven't been paid out for the last block either.  The one before that took a really long time to show up too, about two hours.  This one is coming up on 2hrs now as well so I'm assuming it'll show up eventually.  I'm sitting here reading articles for work, but keep looking up to see if there's a new pop-up box on my computer.

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