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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2567590 times)
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May 04, 2014, 04:10:24 PM
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Forrestv- With BTC p2pool bumping up against 1 PetaHash lately, maybe it's time to change the title of this thread. 185 TH is so.... last year Wink

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May 04, 2014, 04:25:49 PM
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Hi guys,

I am also up in Thailand (I believe the first p2p node in my country).

If you want to test my nodes:

p2poolthailand.com:9332
p2pool.asia:9332

or

103.7.56.170:9332
103.7.56.171:9332

Let me know what you think. Thank you!!

PS: 0% fee of course!

How can I be listed in the p2pool nodes list?

Node peers:  10

1MrYTaaK8QYGMQTec9bXh1uwgA4RAxRySo+1024

 
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May 04, 2014, 05:49:36 PM
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Node peers:  10

1MrYTaaK8QYGMQTec9bXh1uwgA4RAxRySo+1024

 

Sorry, what do you mean by Node peers 10? And difficulty? Please be more detailed.
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May 04, 2014, 10:11:38 PM
Last edit: June 02, 2014, 05:26:49 PM by mdude77
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In an effort to promote p2pool, I'm going to try something new, and afaik, something that hasn't been done before.

I managed to snatch up a VPS for a ridiculously low price.  I'm running a public p2pool node on it with 0% fee.  I'm merge mining every single coin I'm aware of that merges with BTC: NMC, IXC, I0C, DVC, GPC, and FSC. 

All that's the same as many other nodes out there.

What I'm doing different is not keeping the merged mine proceeds for myself.  I'm not even using them to compensate for the VPS fee.  

Instead, I'll be donating the BTC equivalent back into p2pool, for all p2pool users to share.  Every single satoshi.


The VPS is located in Los Angles, CA, the opposite side of the country of me.  Not ideal for me, but it was the one that was available, so I grabbed it. Smiley I'm pointing the majority of my hashpower there - a meager 1 TH/s.  I hope to see a lot more from others soon. Smiley

The pool address is 96.44.166.190:9332.  I intend to find a domain name for it soon, but haven't got there yet.

I also intend to put one of the newer front end web UIs on the node, but for now I'm just using the default.

M

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May 04, 2014, 10:53:59 PM
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We found a block about an hour ago but it doesn't show up in the last blocks list. If you go to p2pool.info it's in that list and we did get paid. I was just wondering why it's not in the list on the local nodes page?
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May 04, 2014, 11:08:04 PM
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We found a block about an hour ago but it doesn't show up in the last blocks list. If you go to p2pool.info it's in that list and we did get paid. I was just wondering why it's not in the list on the local nodes page?
Probably got zapped as an orphaned or DOA share by p2pool... the whole efficiency thing

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Sorry, what do you mean by Node peers 10? And difficulty? Please be more detailed.

I guess he's telling you to set the outgoing connections to 10..... which is smart if you aren't allowing incoming connections (eh, well, it's better to use --p2pool-node and hand pick them)

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May 04, 2014, 11:19:22 PM
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Probably got zapped as an orphaned or DOA share by p2pool... the whole efficiency thing

Same old thing huh? I must say things seem better on that that front than it used to be. Since I've returned to p2pool I've only gotten one orphaned share. Are you still mining bitcoin or have you moved on? What was it noglegg, is that right?

Nevermind I see it in your profile info....
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May 04, 2014, 11:48:09 PM
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Hi All,

I am struggling to work out why I don't see any incoming peers when I've been up for a few days now and so far as I can tell I have all ports forwarded and opened.

9332, 9333, 8333

Any ideas?

http://pool.norgzpool.net.au:9332

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May 04, 2014, 11:52:48 PM
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Hi,

Please who wants to help me setting up my p2pool?? I am gonna donate 0.05 BTC for the help.

Yesterday as soon as I started it was working great with a increasing predicted payout, later on, this payout has decreased, now it is half then when I started. There is something wrong here. DOA is low. I do not understand.

Thanks. Please help!!
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May 04, 2014, 11:54:39 PM
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Hi,

Please who wants to help me setting up my p2pool?? I am gonna donate 0.05 BTC for the help.

Yesterday as soon as I started it was working great with a increasing predicted payout, later on, this payout has decreased, now it is half then when I started. There is something wrong here. DOA is low. I do not understand.

Thanks. Please help!!

What's your hash rate?  Sounds like a bad luck streak to me.  The lower your hashrate, the worse the luck can be.

M

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May 04, 2014, 11:56:44 PM
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It's a display issue. The displayed payout is per block. As the pool grows (as it has recently) we expect to get more blocks but your share of each block is lower. It doesn't mean you are getting paid less per day, just smaller amounts more often.

Also, what is your hash rate?

Hi,

Please who wants to help me setting up my p2pool?? I am gonna donate 0.05 BTC for the help.

Yesterday as soon as I started it was working great with a increasing predicted payout, later on, this payout has decreased, now it is half then when I started. There is something wrong here. DOA is low. I do not understand.

Thanks. Please help!!

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May 05, 2014, 12:17:07 AM
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no guys, there is something wrong, I put back the standard web-static and I see my efficiency al 0%!!!!

how come??

I have more than 1.5 TH/s

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May 05, 2014, 12:20:44 AM
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no guys, there is something wrong, I put back the standard web-static and I see my efficiency al 0%!!!!

how come??

I have more than 1.5 TH/s



How many shares does your node report it has found (how many orphan, how many dead)?
What does your node report for current hash rate?

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May 05, 2014, 12:30:08 AM
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9 total (8 orphaned, 1 dead) Efficiency: 0.000%

But I don't understand why yesterday it was working ok.

I am trying to reinstall p2pool from 0

Or I suspect there is something wrong in bitcoind....

anyway the pool is p2poolthailand.com:9332
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May 05, 2014, 12:34:33 AM
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9 total (8 orphaned, 1 dead) Efficiency: 0.000%

But I don't understand why yesterday it was working ok.

I am trying to reinstall p2pool from 0

Or I suspect there is something wrong in bitcoind....

anyway the pool is p2ptoolthailand.com:9332

Orphaned usually means it got to the p2pool alt chain after a competing share did, and yours lost out.  I think dead means it got there so late the pool doesn't know what it is or where it would go.

I'd say you have a connectivity issue.

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May 05, 2014, 12:39:40 AM
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9 total (8 orphaned, 1 dead) Efficiency: 0.000%

But I don't understand why yesterday it was working ok.

I am trying to reinstall p2pool from 0

Or I suspect there is something wrong in bitcoind....

anyway the pool is p2ptoolthailand.com:9332


That's precisely your problem.  Your miners found 9 shares, all of which were lost.  The 8 orphaned mean they got to the p2pool network too late.  The dead one means it didn't even make it out to the network at all.

You've got a connectivity issue from your p2pool node, and possibly a miner configuration issue.  How many inbound/outbound connections do you have?  Are you running a fully synched Bitcoin node?  Have you setup some limits in your configuration files to limit the number of connections?

EDIT: I just looked at your stats page.  You made a typo in your link, but I figured you didn't really mean p2ptool Smiley

Anyway, looking at the stats from the past few minutes since you've fired up your node, you've got a 10% DOA.  That's about 9% too high.  What is the latency between your miners and the machine running the p2pool node?  Between the node and the bitcoind?

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May 05, 2014, 12:44:46 AM
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I am restarting, and installed a fresh copy of the p2pool, let's see what happen

But why yesterday I was expecting 0.06444 BTC and now 0.01, I mean why I did not change anything, at least in the miners.

bitcoin.conf has only

server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=xxxxxxxx
rpcpassword=xxxxxxxxxx

(not xxx but I am just hiding the content)
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May 05, 2014, 12:50:33 AM
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I am restarting, and installed a fresh copy of the p2pool, let's see what happen

But why yesterday I was expecting 0.06444 BTC and now 0.01, I mean why I did not change anything, at least in the miners.

bitcoin.conf has only

server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=xxxxxxxx
rpcpassword=xxxxxxxxxx

(not xxx but I am just hiding the content)


I figured you weren't really using 'xxxxxxxxxx' Smiley

Monitor your node for a while.  Like I wrote, when I looked at it, you had a 10% DOA rate.  Now, you're up to 23%.  You have a problem with your network connectivity between your miners and your node, or your miners are configured incorrectly.

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May 05, 2014, 12:55:34 AM
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9 total (8 orphaned, 1 dead) Efficiency: 0.000%

But I don't understand why yesterday it was working ok.

I am trying to reinstall p2pool from 0

Or I suspect there is something wrong in bitcoind....

anyway the pool is p2ptoolthailand.com:9332


That's precisely your problem.  Your miners found 9 shares, all of which were lost.  The 8 orphaned mean they got to the p2pool network too late.  The dead one means it didn't even make it out to the network at all.

You've got a connectivity issue from your p2pool node, and possibly a miner configuration issue.  How many inbound/outbound connections do you have?  Are you running a fully synched Bitcoin node?  Have you setup some limits in your configuration files to limit the number of connections?

EDIT: I just looked at your stats page.  You made a typo in your link, but I figured you didn't really mean p2ptool Smiley

Anyway, looking at the stats from the past few minutes since you've fired up your node, you've got a 10% DOA.  That's about 9% too high.  What is the latency between your miners and the machine running the p2pool node?  Between the node and the bitcoind?

Yes, sorry for the typo, I corrected it...

Yes, but 10% DOA is because is just started, usually it settle around 1-3% max.

Ping from here to my node is 25ms

from the node to bitcoind I do not know how to do it....

Should I disable the wallet on the node??

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May 05, 2014, 01:04:04 AM
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9 total (8 orphaned, 1 dead) Efficiency: 0.000%

But I don't understand why yesterday it was working ok.

I am trying to reinstall p2pool from 0

Or I suspect there is something wrong in bitcoind....

anyway the pool is p2ptoolthailand.com:9332


That's precisely your problem.  Your miners found 9 shares, all of which were lost.  The 8 orphaned mean they got to the p2pool network too late.  The dead one means it didn't even make it out to the network at all.

You've got a connectivity issue from your p2pool node, and possibly a miner configuration issue.  How many inbound/outbound connections do you have?  Are you running a fully synched Bitcoin node?  Have you setup some limits in your configuration files to limit the number of connections?

EDIT: I just looked at your stats page.  You made a typo in your link, but I figured you didn't really mean p2ptool Smiley

Anyway, looking at the stats from the past few minutes since you've fired up your node, you've got a 10% DOA.  That's about 9% too high.  What is the latency between your miners and the machine running the p2pool node?  Between the node and the bitcoind?

Yes, sorry for the typo, I corrected it...

Yes, but 10% DOA is because is just started, usually it settle around 1-3% max.

Ping from here to my node is 25ms

from the node to bitcoind I do not know how to do it....

Should I disable the wallet on the node??



miners are perfect, if I switch to another node I go up to 0.06 BTC expected payout immediately. The problem seems to be in some configuration.

how can I check latency from the node to bitocoind?

check now DOA is 1%


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