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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2032324 times)
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May 12, 2014, 04:37:47 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?

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Yes it appears to have a big impact on latency. I don't think it matters much for the OS but it does matter for the block chains.

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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?

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Yes it appears to have a big impact on latency. I don't think it matters much for the OS but it does matter for the block chains.



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Do all of these coins have the "datadir=" option like bitcoin? I guess I could just check...
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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!

Yes it appears to have a big impact on latency. I don't think it matters much for the OS but it does matter for the block chains.



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Do all of these coins have the "datadir=" option like bitcoin? I guess I could just check...
Yeah, I'd say all of them except perhaps the first half a dozen or so...  a lot of them just copy the source & only modify block times, confirmations, coins rewarded, etc...  But even for those that actually do change something meaningful, there's no reason to remove the datadir option.  That's been in the bitcoin source for at least two years..

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May 12, 2014, 06:41:07 PM
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Hey guys.. anyone have any extra GH/s to point to a new pool for little while?

Wanted to see how it holds up.  Server is hosted in Atlanta, GA - 2 CPU - SSD drives - Gigabit connection. I only have one S1 on it now, but more are on order.

Anyone care to give me some ping stats?
http://squashpool.com:9332/static/
108.61.192.121:9332

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May 12, 2014, 07:08:38 PM
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Hey guys.. anyone have any extra GH/s to point to a new pool for little while?

Wanted to see how it holds up.  Server is hosted in Atlanta, GA - 2 CPU - SSD drives - Gigabit connection. I only have one S1 on it now, but more are on order.

Anyone care to give me some ping stats?
http://squashpool.com:9332/static/
108.61.192.121:9332

500 packets,

hetzner in frankfurt, de:

115.3ms avg, 0% ploss

colocrossing in buffalo, ny:

43.1ms avg, 0%ploss

incero in seattle, wa:

24.3ms avg (19.5ms low, 263ms high, standard deviation 14.2), 1% ploss

also look at squashpool.com:9332/pings  (ed2: nm, looks like you have that disabled with the modded ui)

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May 12, 2014, 07:21:33 PM
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Interesting.. thanks for the info!.
Yeah.. I'm going to have to mess with the front-end. Still looking around.
http://squashpool.com:9332/pings did come up.

Hey guys.. anyone have any extra GH/s to point to a new pool for little while?

Wanted to see how it holds up.  Server is hosted in Atlanta, GA - 2 CPU - SSD drives - Gigabit connection. I only have one S1 on it now, but more are on order.

Anyone care to give me some ping stats?
http://squashpool.com:9332/static/
108.61.192.121:9332

500 packets,

hetzner in frankfurt, de:

115.3ms avg, 0% ploss

colocrossing in buffalo, ny:

43.1ms avg, 0%ploss

incero in seattle, wa:

24.3ms avg (19.5ms low, 263ms high, standard deviation 14.2), 1% ploss

also look at squashpool.com:9332/pings  (ed2: nm, looks like you have that disabled with the modded ui)

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May 13, 2014, 03:14:47 AM
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I'm seeing this in my p2pool output, from both workers on my node:

 > Worker xxxxxxxxxxxxx submitted share more than once!

One address is mine.  All workers are Ants pointing to the same address.  I'm assuming two ants submitted the same share?  That's disconcerting if they are.

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May 13, 2014, 05:05:15 AM
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I'm seeing this in my p2pool output, from both workers on my node:

 > Worker xxxxxxxxxxxxx submitted share more than once!

One address is mine.  All workers are Ants pointing to the same address.  I'm assuming two ants submitted the same share?  That's disconcerting if they are.

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My Ant S2 does this. If I point it at my p2pool, I get the "submitted share more than once" messages. If I point it at a public pool, I get duplicate share stats. I don't think my S1s do it, but I'm not sure.

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May 13, 2014, 06:02:42 AM
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I'm seeing this in my p2pool output, from both workers on my node:

 > Worker xxxxxxxxxxxxx submitted share more than once!

One address is mine.  All workers are Ants pointing to the same address.  I'm assuming two ants submitted the same share?  That's disconcerting if they are.

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My Ant S2 does this. If I point it at my p2pool, I get the "submitted share more than once" messages. If I point it at a public pool, I get duplicate share stats. I don't think my S1s do it, but I'm not sure.



I think it might have something to do with the little router running the mining software , its terribly under powered. It would have been excellent if we could run antminers with a real pc.
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May 13, 2014, 09:27:47 AM
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Anyone have any luck getting a proxy to work with p2pool?  I've come to the conclusion I don't have enough bandwidth to run 10 Ant connections to an external p2pool.

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May 13, 2014, 09:37:39 AM
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Nah, mission impossible with proxies & p2pool so far....... Sad

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May 13, 2014, 11:25:24 AM
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is the irc chat always dead? iv tried setting up a p2pool using this guide and its not worked. i downloaded all the right p2pool files from raven along with a seperate networks.py which i placed in the second p2pool folder inside p2pool-rav. i set up the clent as daemon and thats working gives out {"result":null,"error":{"code":-32700,"message":"Parse error"},"id":null} when ip is visited.

thats what i end up with if i try run p2pool which is better than what i was getting.
vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
regtapool@ubuntu:~/p2pool-rav$ bonusd --daemon
Bonus server starting
regtapool@ubuntu:~/p2pool-rav$ python run_p2pool.py --give-author 0 --net bonuscoin -a BBL5xsaWHfK46nGAUCPWvNLSMxoGE1YGmu
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "run_p2pool.py", line 3, in <module>
    from p2pool import main
  File "/home/regtapool/p2pool-rav/p2pool/main.py", line 25, in <module>
    from . import networks, web, work
  File "/home/regtapool/p2pool-rav/p2pool/networks.py", line 90, in <module>
    PARENT=networks.nets['bonuscoin'], #OK
KeyError: 'bonuscoin'

http://pastebin.com/UtKSzJYG  networks.py from p2pool folder

http://pastebin.com/1aRfT7v8 from bitcoin folder

thanks for any help given

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May 13, 2014, 11:36:33 AM
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I'm not sure as I've never done this - but I believe that you must also edit the networks.py file located in the p2pool/bitcoin folder also.....there may be some other files that need to be updated/edited - best bet is to ask raven_pl himself me thinks  Smiley

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I'm not sure as I've never done this - but I believe that you must also edit the networks.py file located in the p2pool/bitcoin folder also.....there may be some other files that need to be updated/edited - best bet is to ask raven_pl himself me thinks  Smiley
k will do. iv been at this now 2 days straight :-/

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May 13, 2014, 11:55:10 AM
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I'm not sure as I've never done this - but I believe that you must also edit the networks.py file located in the p2pool/bitcoin folder also.....there may be some other files that need to be updated/edited - best bet is to ask raven_pl himself me thinks  Smiley
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May 13, 2014, 12:24:55 PM
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IYFTech, you are correct - regtable69, you need to define the math.Object for your coin in both p2pool/networks.py and p2pool/bitcoin/networks.py.

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IYFTech, you are correct - regtable69, you need to define the math.Object for your coin in both p2pool/networks.py and p2pool/bitcoin/networks.py.

t.y  is it a case of duplicating the info from one to the other?

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May 13, 2014, 12:35:46 PM
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What's with that last payout? There were two close together then one got revoked and now My wallet is now marked with a warning.
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May 13, 2014, 12:45:11 PM
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IYFTech, you are correct - regtable69, you need to define the math.Object for your coin in both p2pool/networks.py and p2pool/bitcoin/networks.py.

t.y  is it a case of duplicating the info from one to the other?


No.  Your best bet is to reach out to rav3n and see if you can get some help there.  Since his fork has virtually every coin, he's definitely a good resource.  For example, here's the math.Object values for BTC:

p2pool/networks.py:

Code:
    bitcoin=math.Object(
        PARENT=networks.nets['bitcoin'],
        SHARE_PERIOD=30, # seconds
        CHAIN_LENGTH=24*60*60//10, # shares
        REAL_CHAIN_LENGTH=24*60*60//10, # shares
        TARGET_LOOKBEHIND=200, # shares
        SPREAD=3, # blocks
        IDENTIFIER='fc70035c7a81bc6f'.decode('hex'),
        PREFIX='2472ef181efcd37b'.decode('hex'),
        P2P_PORT=9333,
        MIN_TARGET=0,
        MAX_TARGET=2**256//2**32 - 1,
        PERSIST=True,
        WORKER_PORT=9332,
        BOOTSTRAP_ADDRS='forre.st vps.forre.st portals94.ns01.us 54.227.25.14 119.1.96.99 204.10.105.113 76.104.150.248 89.71.151.9 76.114.13.54 72.201.24.106 79.160.2.128 207.244.175.195 168.7.116.243 94.23.215.27 218.54.45.177 5.9.157.150 78.155.217.76 91.154.90.163 173.52.43.124 78.225.49.209 220.135.57.230 169.237.101.193:8335 98.236.74.28 204.19.23.19 98.122.165.84:8338 71.90.88.222 67.168.132.228 193.6.148.18 80.218.174.253 50.43.56.102 68.13.4.106 24.246.31.2 176.31.208.222 1.202.128.218 86.155.135.31 204.237.15.51 5.12.158.126:38007 202.60.68.242 94.19.53.147 65.130.126.82 184.56.21.182 213.112.114.73 218.242.51.246 86.173.200.160 204.15.85.157 37.59.15.50 62.217.124.203 80.87.240.47 198.61.137.12 108.161.134.32 198.154.60.183:10333 71.39.52.34:9335 46.23.72.52:9343 83.143.42.177 192.95.61.149 144.76.17.34 46.65.68.119 188.227.176.66:9336 75.142.155.245:9336 213.67.135.99 76.115.224.177 50.148.193.245 64.53.185.79 80.65.30.137 109.126.14.42 76.84.63.146'.split(' '),
        ANNOUNCE_CHANNEL='#p2pool',
        VERSION_CHECK=lambda v: 50700 <= v < 60000 or 60010 <= v < 60100 or 60400 <= v,
        VERSION_WARNING=lambda v: 'Upgrade Bitcoin to >=0.8.5!' if v < 80500 else None,
    )

And in p2pool/bitcoin/networks.py

Code:
bitcoin=math.Object(
        P2P_PREFIX='f9beb4d9'.decode('hex'),
        P2P_PORT=8333,
        ADDRESS_VERSION=0,
        RPC_PORT=8332,
        RPC_CHECK=defer.inlineCallbacks(lambda bitcoind: defer.returnValue(
            (yield check_genesis_block(bitcoind, '000000000019d6689c085ae165831e934ff763ae46a2a6c172b3f1b60a8ce26f')) and
            not (yield bitcoind.rpc_getinfo())['testnet']
        )),
        SUBSIDY_FUNC=lambda height: 50*100000000 >> (height + 1)//210000,
        POW_FUNC=data.hash256,
        BLOCK_PERIOD=600, # s
        SYMBOL='BTC',
        CONF_FILE_FUNC=lambda: os.path.join(os.path.join(os.environ['APPDATA'], 'Bitcoin') if platform.system() == 'Windows' else os.path.expanduser('~/Library/Application Support/Bitcoin/') if platform.system() == 'Darwin' else os.path.expanduser('~/.bitcoin'), 'bitcoin.conf'),
        BLOCK_EXPLORER_URL_PREFIX='https://blockchain.info/block/',
        ADDRESS_EXPLORER_URL_PREFIX='https://blockchain.info/address/',
        TX_EXPLORER_URL_PREFIX='https://blockchain.info/tx/',
        SANE_TARGET_RANGE=(2**256//2**32//1000 - 1, 2**256//2**32 - 1),
        DUMB_SCRYPT_DIFF=1,
        DUST_THRESHOLD=0.001e8,
    )

What's with that last payout? There were two close together then one got revoked and now My wallet is now marked with a warning.
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Thanks, I had not seen that before.

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