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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2032637 times)
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May 01, 2014, 02:00:12 PM
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I don't think you can, I think p2pool.info is just that, info

http://p2pool.hostv.pl/ 

Correct. This is just a historical info site that forrestv took over from whoever else used to maintain it. There's no public node running there.

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The list below includes all known p2pool blocks. Orphaned blocks appear with strikethrough. Note: The list below may not include all orphaned blocks due to limitations in how the bitcoin client reports them.
Block When Generation Tx Round Duration vs. Expected(?)
298386 1 day ago 69ec389d39ad1748f903c3b2f3c58f ...13h42m 63.4%
298287 2 days ago 202f1d3eede7dfa4ad4d16bc57e0fb ...8h31m 39.2%
298234 2 days ago 6643ec620cc05ca31ca9530551cc72 ...13h34m 59.7%
298143 2 days ago e660054f374875bb6320e1fc3406e8 ...2d5h45m 270.0%


this made me think you can mine there ... and I was thinking "hey they find a lot of blocks here!"
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May 01, 2014, 02:51:31 PM
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I don't think you can, I think p2pool.info is just that, info

http://p2pool.hostv.pl/ 

Correct. This is just a historical info site that forrestv took over from whoever else used to maintain it. There's no public node running there.

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The list below includes all known p2pool blocks. Orphaned blocks appear with strikethrough. Note: The list below may not include all orphaned blocks due to limitations in how the bitcoin client reports them.
Block When Generation Tx Round Duration vs. Expected(?)
298386 1 day ago 69ec389d39ad1748f903c3b2f3c58f ...13h42m 63.4%
298287 2 days ago 202f1d3eede7dfa4ad4d16bc57e0fb ...8h31m 39.2%
298234 2 days ago 6643ec620cc05ca31ca9530551cc72 ...13h34m 59.7%
298143 2 days ago e660054f374875bb6320e1fc3406e8 ...2d5h45m 270.0%


this made me think you can mine there ... and I was thinking "hey they find a lot of blocks here!"
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They're the same exact blocks that are found by every other node. That site just displays them.

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May 01, 2014, 07:22:22 PM
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Just jumping in to start monitoring....

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May 01, 2014, 09:04:44 PM
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ooh... are we doing the "list alternative nodes" thing again?"... *looks down at sig*... ahem

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May 01, 2014, 10:38:28 PM
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I noticed bfgminer are working on integrating SSL/TLS support in their miner - I've been looking through p2pool documentation but can't find any info on weather p2pool supports it or not.....anybody shed some light on this for me?

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If you're using a local node it shouldn't matter.

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Hi mdude,

Obviously not for the local miner node, I meant for the remote miner as well as nodes to node communication. I see there are many reports from various pools that there is some kind of bug/malware causing redirects etc, hence the reason for the SSL/TLS - just to give another level of security. I like the thought of internode comms being securely encrypted, as well as the miner software  Smiley

I asked in the CGMiner thread if it supported SSL/TLS haven't heard back yet does anyone here know if it does?

Actually I should rephrase that I was wondering if they had the same plans as BFG or not?
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May 01, 2014, 11:40:49 PM
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No, I'm afraid it doesn't.

I'd like to see encryption between all p2pool nodes as well as miners - especially after this latest attack on miners.

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May 02, 2014, 01:12:40 AM
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No, I'm afraid it doesn't.

I'd like to see encryption between all p2pool nodes as well as miners - especially after this latest attack on miners.

Encryption between p2pool nodes is pointless. Nothing prevents an attacker from creating his own nodes to infect the network.

Encrypting connections from miners to public nodes may be worthwhile.

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May 02, 2014, 01:41:35 AM
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Behave  Cheesy

Soon everything will be encrypted, like it or not. Anything not encrypted is/will be vulnerable.

Might as well get used to it.

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May 02, 2014, 01:45:15 AM
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Lol it's pointless

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May 02, 2014, 01:52:37 AM
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Lol it's pointless

Why?

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May 02, 2014, 01:55:50 AM
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Because anyone can join p2pool, all nodes connect to each other

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May 02, 2014, 01:59:52 AM
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Because anyone can join p2pool, all nodes connect to each other

You don't say....... Roll Eyes

Anyone can mine on stratum too - does that mean encryption is pointless there as well?

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May 02, 2014, 02:16:32 AM
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what is the port to mine on http://p2pool.info/ Huh


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80 May also work

Trying to mine on p2pool.info - on any port - that's pointless  Cheesy

Encryption is the only way to go I reckon.

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Because anyone can join p2pool, all nodes connect to each other

You don't say....... Roll Eyes

Anyone can mine on stratum too - does that mean encryption is pointless there as well?

No because there is a trust relationship between the miner and the pool. There is no trust relationship between nodes.
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May 02, 2014, 03:05:05 AM
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Because anyone can join p2pool, all nodes connect to each other

You don't say....... Roll Eyes

Anyone can mine on stratum too - does that mean encryption is pointless there as well?

No because there is a trust relationship between the miner and the pool. There is no trust relationship between nodes.


It seems like it could be of use for miners using a public node, rather than hosting their own node.
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Because anyone can join p2pool, all nodes connect to each other

You don't say....... Roll Eyes

Anyone can mine on stratum too - does that mean encryption is pointless there as well?

No because there is a trust relationship between the miner and the pool. There is no trust relationship between nodes.


It seems like it could be of use for miners using a public node.

That's what I said several posts back.
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Because anyone can join p2pool, all nodes connect to each other

You don't say....... Roll Eyes

Anyone can mine on stratum too - does that mean encryption is pointless there as well?

No because there is a trust relationship between the miner and the pool. There is no trust relationship between nodes.


It seems like it could be of use for miners using a public node.

That's what I said several posts back.

Oops, my bad, been alot of posts today, thought I was up to date  Undecided

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Because anyone can join p2pool, all nodes connect to each other

You don't say....... Roll Eyes

Anyone can mine on stratum too - does that mean encryption is pointless there as well?

No because the server is locked down

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May 02, 2014, 04:51:06 AM
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ooh... are we doing the "list alternative nodes" thing again?"... *looks down at sig*... ahem

Ha! Well, not intentionally.

I installed P2Pool today, so far so good, however there are still a lot of tweaks to be made...

Really just wanted to get involved in the conversation.

As of now I have found a couple shares, Local DOA is 2.8%, Efficiency is 118.3%, and I have 6 peers out and 0 in.

The 0 in bothers me, I searched it but came up with little.

I believe ports are open.

Whats up with the "0 in" on a well stacked full node?



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May 02, 2014, 04:58:27 AM
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The connections in take a couple days, as your ip gets distributed and new nodes look for new connections

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