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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2567593 times)
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May 05, 2014, 01:35:06 PM
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Yes, I have a bad feeling, maybe it is still downloading the chain???

I did this:

bitcoind getmininginfo
{
    "blocks" : 285045,
    "currentblocksize" : 7276,
    "currentblocktx" : 14,
    "difficulty" : 2621404453.06461525,
    "errors" : "",
    "genproclimit" : -1,
    "networkhashps" : 17699612012185874,
    "pooledtx" : 14,
    "testnet" : false,
    "generate" : false,
    "hashespersec" : 0
}
 
is it up to date or not yet?? thank you

It's close, but not there yet.  Check blockchain.info, the last block is 299153.

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Now it is up and running perfectly, efficiency 110%, DOA 1-2%

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Glad to see you got everything resolved!  The problem was that you had not completed downloading the block chain, so your miners were finding and submitting shares that could not be rectified.

Learning experience for everyone who wants to setup their own node - absolutely ensure that you've completed synchronizing the block chain before mining on your p2pool node Smiley

Yes, I agree!!

Should I add to my username +1024 for each of my miners? I am using several AntMinerS1 all with the same wallet address. What do you think?
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May 05, 2014, 01:43:58 PM
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Yes, I agree!!

Should I add to my username +1024 for each of my miners? I am using several AntMinerS1 all with the same wallet address. What do you think?


I'd like to see some more informed members reply to this, however it is my understanding that allowing P2Pool to dynamically set your difficulty is a more efficient choice.
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May 05, 2014, 02:09:55 PM
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Yes, I agree!!

Should I add to my username +1024 for each of my miners? I am using several AntMinerS1 all with the same wallet address. What do you think?


I'd like to see some more informed members reply to this, however it is my understanding that allowing P2Pool to dynamically set your difficulty is a more efficient choice.

You're probably right, since I have changed it to +1024 my predicted payout has dropped...
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May 05, 2014, 02:17:08 PM
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Yes, I agree!!

Should I add to my username +1024 for each of my miners? I am using several AntMinerS1 all with the same wallet address. What do you think?


I'd like to see some more informed members reply to this, however it is my understanding that allowing P2Pool to dynamically set your difficulty is a more efficient choice.

The p2pool code looks at the node's total hash rate and assigns difficulty based upon that.  There are forks of the code that address the issue of trying to assign difficulties by address/miner.  See here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269042.280.

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May 05, 2014, 02:22:05 PM
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Yes, I agree!!

Should I add to my username +1024 for each of my miners? I am using several AntMinerS1 all with the same wallet address. What do you think?


I'd like to see some more informed members reply to this, however it is my understanding that allowing P2Pool to dynamically set your difficulty is a more efficient choice.

The p2pool code looks at the node's total hash rate and assigns difficulty based upon that.  There are forks of the code that address the issue of trying to assign difficulties by address/miner.  See here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269042.280.

Thank you. Interesting reading.

I have noticed I am getting messages like this every 4 seconds about:

Code:
Peer sent entire transaction ff16175d4884dc428616e8f2d447e5fe34966d0af527bd9b73c3bc4d3994fcec that was already received

Is that bad bad??

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May 05, 2014, 03:10:25 PM
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You're probably right, since I have changed it to +1024 my predicted payout has dropped...

+DIFF only affects the pseudo shares you send in for logging/graphing purposes, it has no effect on your earnings. Using /DIFF changes the minimum shares you'll submit, in case vardiff is setting your target difficulty above the network minimum. If you are already at the network minimum, then /DIFF lower than that again has no effect. On some alt coins, /DIFF can be useful if you don't care about dust and want more (but smaller) shares. On Bitcoin, /DIFF is mostly only useful to very large miners who want to reduce the # of shares they find (finding bigger shared instead) to help keep network difficulty down for everyone else.
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May 05, 2014, 03:15:30 PM
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The p2pool code looks at the node's total hash rate and assigns difficulty based upon that.  There are forks of the code that address the issue of trying to assign difficulties by address/miner.  See here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269042.280.

For someone running their own node I guess it doesn't matter much, but I made this simple patch for public nodes so that small miners won't have their difficulty target pushed higher by large miners on the same public node. The pull request to the normal repo is:

https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/174

A much more advanced patch is by iongchun (also a pull request to the main repo) in handling pseudo share difficulties:

https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool/pull/187

iongchun folded in his own fix for alt coins serving DIFF 0 work, so I removed my prior mini fix. People running native p2pool repo from forrest for alt coins should at least pull in iongchun's patch for the DIFF 0 fix.
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May 05, 2014, 03:34:02 PM
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Excuse my Linux noobness, but what's the command line syntax used to integrate this fix into p2pool? I've tried the "git pull" request using the link above from within the p2pool folder but I get an error - so I presume I'm doing it wrong....... Tongue

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May 05, 2014, 04:03:40 PM
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Excuse my Linux noobness, but what's the command line syntax used to integrate this fix into p2pool? I've tried the "git pull" request using the link above from within the p2pool folder but I get an error - so I presume I'm doing it wrong....... Tongue

Thanks.

I've not done it this way often, but I think you'd use:

git pull https://github.com/roy7/p2pool vardiffbyaddress

or

git pull https://github.com/iongchun/p2pool auto-worker-diff

Depending on which you wanted to pull in.

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May 05, 2014, 04:13:59 PM
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Excuse my Linux noobness, but what's the command line syntax used to integrate this fix into p2pool? I've tried the "git pull" request using the link above from within the p2pool folder but I get an error - so I presume I'm doing it wrong....... Tongue

Thanks.

I've not done it this way often, but I think you'd use:

git pull https://github.com/roy7/p2pool vardiffbyaddress

or

git pull https://github.com/iongchun/p2pool auto-worker-diff

Depending on which you wanted to pull in.



What way do you usually do it? I mean, there must be an official way of merging these requests locally. I've had a read of this:  https://help.github.com/articles/merging-a-pull-request  but the "command line" tab it refers to is not there.......

Thanks.

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May 05, 2014, 05:19:36 PM
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Please, is there anyone here wants to stay one 24 hours on my p2pool server? I am gonna donate to him 0.05 BTC!!

Someone with few hundreds GH/s please!!! Thank you! I need to test it!

my server is p2poolthailand.com:9332
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May 05, 2014, 05:24:19 PM
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Yes, I agree!!

Should I add to my username +1024 for each of my miners? I am using several AntMinerS1 all with the same wallet address. What do you think?


I'd like to see some more informed members reply to this, however it is my understanding that allowing P2Pool to dynamically set your difficulty is a more efficient choice.

You're probably right, since I have changed it to +1024 my predicted payout has dropped...


http://p2pool.integratedideas.net:9332/static/

Local rate: 70.6GH/s

You can use the automatic

User: Your BTC address
Pass: x



If the speed of the mining machine  >  1TH/s    

User: Your BTC address+1024
Pass: x


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May 05, 2014, 05:54:40 PM
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What way do you usually do it? I mean, there must be an official way of merging these requests locally. I've had a read of this:  https://help.github.com/articles/merging-a-pull-request  but the "command line" tab it refers to is not there.......

Thanks.

Well for the patches I've written, I have to fork the repo into my own name on github, make a branch, push the changes to the branch, and then submit the pull request to the maintainer. Smiley I'm pretty sure what I provided will work as expected though.
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May 05, 2014, 06:08:49 PM
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Please, is there anyone here wants to stay one 24 hours on my p2pool server? I am gonna donate to him 0.05 BTC!!

Someone with few hundreds GH/s please!!! Thank you! I need to test it!

my server is p2poolthailand.com:9332


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May 05, 2014, 06:13:11 PM
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What way do you usually do it? I mean, there must be an official way of merging these requests locally. I've had a read of this:  https://help.github.com/articles/merging-a-pull-request  but the "command line" tab it refers to is not there.......

Thanks.

Well for the patches I've written, I have to fork the repo into my own name on github, make a branch, push the changes to the branch, and then submit the pull request to the maintainer. Smiley I'm pretty sure what I provided will work as expected though.

OK, thanks. Just tried it - how does this look to you?:



Seems OK to me - or have I replaced the whole repo?  Grin

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May 05, 2014, 06:14:15 PM
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git pull https://github.com/iongchun/p2pool auto-worker-diff
This command worked for me. It wanted my email address and asked me to write a pull request message.
I'm running a public altcoin p2pool, let's see how this works.
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May 05, 2014, 06:16:17 PM
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What way do you usually do it? I mean, there must be an official way of merging these requests locally. I've had a read of this:  https://help.github.com/articles/merging-a-pull-request  but the "command line" tab it refers to is not there.......

Thanks.

Well for the patches I've written, I have to fork the repo into my own name on github, make a branch, push the changes to the branch, and then submit the pull request to the maintainer. Smiley I'm pretty sure what I provided will work as expected though.

OK, thanks. Just tried it - how does this look to you?:



Seems OK to me - or have I replaced the whole repo?  Grin

You did it correctly.  You've replaced the listed files with the ones from the auto-worker-diff tag.

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May 05, 2014, 06:39:02 PM
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Roger roger jonny bravo  Wink

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May 05, 2014, 11:35:57 PM
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Thanks mdude, I do have 9333 forwarded and allowed also. They are all TCP ports right?

if I telnet to 9333 on pool.norgzpool.net.au I see a response also.

Everything sounds right to me.  It's probably just a matter of time.

Although I have 1 incoming connection on my node now... and it's been up for 5 hours.

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ok thanks, I've just restarted it with logging and max conns set to 20. maybe that will make it do something lol will see how it goes.

After this setting and leaving it overnight I've seen incoming connections now. Not sure as no networking has changed but at least now I see expected connections Smiley

Again, if anyone wants to give it a bit of a run it'd be appreciated. Just use your Bitcoin addy to collect directly to your wallet. Stats look pretty good but would like to run some more hashing power over it to see what it's capable of. (the server is a quad core with 7gb ram so should perform well).

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Thanks mdude, I do have 9333 forwarded and allowed also. They are all TCP ports right?

if I telnet to 9333 on pool.norgzpool.net.au I see a response also.

Everything sounds right to me.  It's probably just a matter of time.

Although I have 1 incoming connection on my node now... and it's been up for 5 hours.

M

ok thanks, I've just restarted it with logging and max conns set to 20. maybe that will make it do something lol will see how it goes.

After this setting and leaving it overnight I've seen incoming connections now. Not sure as no networking has changed but at least now I see expected connections Smiley

Again, if anyone wants to give it a bit of a run it'd be appreciated. Just use your Bitcoin addy to collect directly to your wallet. Stats look pretty good but would like to run some more hashing power over it to see what it's capable of. (the server is a quad core with 7gb ram so should perform well).

Unfortunately we seem to have a lot more p2pool nodes than we do users. Sad  I think we should advertise.  If more node ops commit to putting merged mining income back into the pool, maybe we can get more users and hence more hashrate.

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