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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2033094 times)
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May 11, 2014, 02:11:41 AM
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--- mining.coincadence.com ping statistics ---
70 packets transmitted, 70 packets received, 0.0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 14.355/18.260/34.263/5.148 ms

Looks like I know where my backup pool is going to be Smiley

I'm setting your node as my backup for my Ants.  When I bring my node down to rebuilt it, you'll see my miners.

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Will be happy to have you guys with us, plenty of resources to spare...

All are welcome: http://mining.coincadence.com



Where abouts is your node? I have a few Ants in Houston Texas I need to hook up

His is on the east coast. Mine is in LA, but down right now.  I have it rebuilt, just waiting on the BTC blockchain to download.

Latency doesn't seem to be that important.  I'm on the east coast, and I do significantly better than average with about 110 ping to my LA node.

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Thanks for that, I live in Western Australia and have a node here, I have a few Ants at my mates house in Houston Texas but the latency might be an issue to log them in here so just looking for a couple of good node over your part of the world to hook them into. I'm having an issue hooking them up to p2pool nodes at the minute, they will hook up to Eclipse pool but for some reason won't connect to any nodes. What is your node address in LA would like to try both yours, when it is back up (mdude77) and windpath. thanks
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May 11, 2014, 02:18:47 AM
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Thanks for that, I live in Western Australia and have a node here, I have a few Ants at my mates house in Houston Texas but the latency might be an issue to log them in here so just looking for a couple of good node over your part of the world to hook them into. I'm having an issue hooking them up to p2pool nodes at the minute, they will hook up to Eclipse pool but for some reason won't connect to any nodes. What is your node address in LA would like to try both yours, when it is back up (mdude77) and windpath. thanks

The address for mine is in my sig: 96.44.166.190:9332.

I'm promoting mine because I'm merge mining every coin I know of - NMC, I0C, IXC, HUC, GRP, DVC, and FSC.  (That's why I rebuilt it, I got more memory and switched to a 64-bit OS so I stop running out of memory and can merge everything under the sun!)  All merged mining proceeds get converted to BTC and fed back into p2pool for all miners to share.

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May 11, 2014, 03:01:53 AM
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Will be happy to have you guys with us, plenty of resources to spare...

All are welcome: http://mining.coincadence.com



Where abouts is your node? I have a few Ants in Houston Texas I need to hook up

Current node is in Northern Virginia, give it a ping (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg6634671#msg6634671), routing on the internet and speed across great distances can often surprise you. I'd love to hear your ping results from TX...

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May 11, 2014, 03:07:47 AM
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Will be happy to have you guys with us, plenty of resources to spare...

All are welcome: http://mining.coincadence.com



Where abouts is your node? I have a few Ants in Houston Texas I need to hook up

Current node is in Northern Virginia, give it a ping (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg6634671#msg6634671), routing on the internet and speed across great distances can often surprise you. I'd love to hear your ping results from TX...

Thanks I will get my mate to ping and let you know, I pinged it from Perth Western Australia and I got between 350ms-400ms so too far away for me. My mate pinged my node and he was getting around the same 400ms so looking for something closer to him. Thanks
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May 11, 2014, 08:53:39 AM
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Will be happy to have you guys with us, plenty of resources to spare...

All are welcome: http://mining.coincadence.com



Where abouts is your node? I have a few Ants in Houston Texas I need to hook up

Current node is in Northern Virginia, give it a ping (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg6634671#msg6634671), routing on the internet and speed across great distances can often surprise you. I'd love to hear your ping results from TX...

Thanks I will get my mate to ping and let you know, I pinged it from Perth Western Australia and I got between 350ms-400ms so too far away for me. My mate pinged my node and he was getting around the same 400ms so looking for something closer to him. Thanks
Hey try my node in Singapore, I get around 120ms from Sydney and I will be migrating it to Sydney as soon as the MS datacenter is built here.
http://Http://pool.norgzpool.net.au:9332

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May 11, 2014, 01:28:04 PM
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I just have a question regarding operating systems, which system is the best to run the p2pool node on I have a Mac and a Ubuntu the Mac has 4gig RAM the Ubuntu has 2 gig?
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May 11, 2014, 02:03:17 PM
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I just have a question regarding operating systems, which system is the best to run the p2pool node on I have a Mac and a Ubuntu the Mac has 4gig RAM the Ubuntu has 2 gig?

Doesn't matter really.  I'd go for whichever has the SSD. Smiley

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May 11, 2014, 02:10:06 PM
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I just have a question regarding operating systems, which system is the best to run the p2pool node on I have a Mac and a Ubuntu the Mac has 4gig RAM the Ubuntu has 2 gig?

Doesn't matter really.  I'd go for whichever has the SSD. Smiley

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Non of them have SSD the Mac is 2009 Mac mini Ubuntu machine is about 4 years old both are duel core intel CPU and both 64 bit OS, I have just heard Ubuntu runs a lot better.
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May 11, 2014, 02:18:16 PM
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I just have a question regarding operating systems, which system is the best to run the p2pool node on I have a Mac and a Ubuntu the Mac has 4gig RAM the Ubuntu has 2 gig?

Doesn't matter really.  I'd go for whichever has the SSD. Smiley

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Non of them have SSD the Mac is 2009 Mac mini Ubuntu machine is about 4 years old both are duel core intel CPU and both 64 bit OS, I have just heard Ubuntu runs a lot better.

Ubuntu will probably have less overhead.  If you're planning on merge mining, you'll have a hard time using it with only 2gb.

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May 11, 2014, 02:22:45 PM
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I use Xubuntu 12.04 64bit - it uses even less resources than Ubuntu, perfect for merge mining - especially with the OS installed on an SSD  Wink

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May 11, 2014, 02:28:28 PM
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I use Xubuntu 12.04 64bit - it uses even less resources than Ubuntu, perfect for merge mining - especially with the OS installed on an SSD  Wink

Thanks for that, how much RAM you got. I will probably just mine Bitcoins with it to start with then up the RAM.
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May 11, 2014, 02:44:08 PM
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I use Xubuntu 12.04 64bit - it uses even less resources than Ubuntu, perfect for merge mining - especially with the OS installed on an SSD  Wink

Thanks for that, how much RAM you got. I will probably just mine Bitcoins with it to start with then up the RAM.

16GB Ram merge mining BTC, IXC, I0C, GRP, FSC, DEV, NMC & HUC on SSD with wallet data on separate SSD. I also have two other p2pool nodes on the same RIG mining UNO & MYR all off the same OS - it just purrs.......You can check the stats out in my sig  Wink

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May 11, 2014, 03:56:59 PM
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I use Xubuntu 12.04 64bit - it uses even less resources than Ubuntu, perfect for merge mining - especially with the OS installed on an SSD  Wink

Thanks for that, how much RAM you got. I will probably just mine Bitcoins with it to start with then up the RAM.

16GB Ram merge mining BTC, IXC, I0C, GRP, FSC, DEV, NMC & HUC on SSD with wallet data on separate SSD. I also have two other p2pool nodes on the same RIG mining UNO & MYR all off the same OS - it just purrs.......You can check the stats out in my sig  Wink

Nice, so my Ubuntu with 2gig of ram should be ok to run the p2pool node just mining Bitcoins until I boost it up a bit.
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May 11, 2014, 07:07:00 PM
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My node is back up.  Everything is merge mining except HUC, as it's still downloading the block chain.

http://96.44.166.190:9332

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May 11, 2014, 09:26:20 PM
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For you guys merge mining more than the usual combo of BTC, IXC, DEV, & NMC, where are you (going to) exchange your coins?
I don't see HUC, GRP, FSC or I0C on Cryptsy or BTC-e.
My long-term/mid-term goal is to exchange to BTC when rates are good for long-term "hodling".  I don't want to waste any cycles/memory/time on crap coins that have no exchange value to BTC or LTC.

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May 11, 2014, 10:34:21 PM
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For you guys merge mining more than the usual combo of BTC, IXC, DEV, & NMC, where are you (going to) exchange your coins?
I don't see HUC, GRP, FSC or I0C on Cryptsy or BTC-e.
My long-term/mid-term goal is to exchange to BTC when rates are good for long-term "hodling".  I don't want to waste any cycles/memory/time on crap coins that have no exchange value to BTC or LTC.

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May 11, 2014, 10:36:09 PM
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For you guys merge mining more than the usual combo of BTC, IXC, DEV, & NMC, where are you (going to) exchange your coins?
I don't see HUC, GRP, FSC or I0C on Cryptsy or BTC-e.
My long-term/mid-term goal is to exchange to BTC when rates are good for long-term "hodling".  I don't want to waste any cycles/memory/time on crap coins that have no exchange value to BTC or LTC.

Most times the web site for each coin tells you where it is traded. For example the HUC site lists:

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May 11, 2014, 10:38:21 PM
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I just have a question regarding operating systems, which system is the best to run the p2pool node on I have a Mac and a Ubuntu the Mac has 4gig RAM the Ubuntu has 2 gig?

Doesn't matter really.  I'd go for whichever has the SSD. Smiley

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Non of them have SSD the Mac is 2009 Mac mini Ubuntu machine is about 4 years old both are duel core intel CPU and both 64 bit OS, I have just heard Ubuntu runs a lot better.

Swap out the HD on the PC for a small SSD (or add SSD as second drive). 120 GB should be plenty you can get those for around $60 on sale.


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May 12, 2014, 01:17:23 AM
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I just have a question regarding operating systems, which system is the best to run the p2pool node on I have a Mac and a Ubuntu the Mac has 4gig RAM the Ubuntu has 2 gig?

Doesn't matter really.  I'd go for whichever has the SSD. Smiley

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Non of them have SSD the Mac is 2009 Mac mini Ubuntu machine is about 4 years old both are duel core intel CPU and both 64 bit OS, I have just heard Ubuntu runs a lot better.

Swap out the HD on the PC for a small SSD (or add SSD as second drive). 120 GB should be plenty you can get those for around $60 on sale.


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May 12, 2014, 04:33:10 AM
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Is there a notable difference when using a ssd vs hdd? It's better to use one for the blockchains and os? Much faster/ effects hw latencies how much? Would you advise someone running a private p2pool node to buy one?

Thanks!
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