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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2032821 times)
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June 28, 2014, 05:02:46 PM
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"Bitfury systems are not compatible with p2pool."

I could have told them that over a year ago.....

If, however, they do manage to find a way to use their hardware with p2pool then they will have done something that forrestv has failed to do & should be given his bounty  Cheesy Cheesy

The bounty I set up is not for Bitfury equipment, it is specifically for Antminer S2 and S3, however I imagine a bounty from the Bitfury folks might get Forrest involved.


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June 28, 2014, 05:40:33 PM
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"Bitfury systems are not compatible with p2pool."

I could have told them that over a year ago.....

If, however, they do manage to find a way to use their hardware with p2pool then they will have done something that forrestv has failed to do & should be given his bounty  Cheesy Cheesy

The bounty I set up is not for Bitfury equipment, it is specifically for Antminer S2 and S3, however I imagine a bounty from the Bitfury folks might get Forrest involved.


I suspect making P2Pool work with proxies will fix both.

I notice the bounty is specifically for forestv though, and not other contributors.

I am also leery about sending funds to some random guy on the Internet too Wink

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June 28, 2014, 06:01:40 PM
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So, on top of donations to forrestv, you're offering a bounty only to him as well, for something that should have been sorted out over a year ago. In the meantime, if anyone else finds a fix - they get nothing.

Yeah, that'll work.

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June 28, 2014, 06:16:03 PM
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I suspect making P2Pool work with proxies will fix both.

I notice the bounty is specifically for forestv though, and not other contributors.

I am also leery about sending funds to some random guy on the Internet too Wink


The bounty is for Forrest or his designee, my goal here guys is to create a reward based system for Forrest that provides financial incentives for him to get back into development of p2pool outside of a donation % from mining.

While I may appear to be "some random guy" I hope the work I've done so far on the front end has demonstrated some level of commitment to p2pools success. I'm a real person, and plan to stick around, trust has to start somewhere, phillip if you contribute some coin you have my word it will either go to Forrest if the Ants work by July 25th, or will be returned to you. Yes, it's a risk, and my intent is to build some trust for future bounties, not to make off with anyone's Bitcoins Smiley

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June 28, 2014, 06:25:56 PM
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I suspect making P2Pool work with proxies will fix both.

I notice the bounty is specifically for forestv though, and not other contributors.

I am also leery about sending funds to some random guy on the Internet too Wink


The bounty is for Forrest or his designee, my goal here guys is to create a reward based system for Forrest that provides financial incentives for him to get back into development of p2pool outside of a donation % from mining.

While I may appear to be "some random guy" I hope the work I've done so far on the front end has demonstrated some level of commitment to p2pools success. I'm a real person, and plan to stick around, trust has to start somewhere, phillip if you contribute some coin you have my word it will either go to Forrest if the Ants work by July 25th, or will be returned to you. Yes, it's a risk, and my intent is to build some trust for future bounties, not to make off with anyone's Bitcoins Smiley

I tend to agree with others... the bounty should be available to anyone who comes up with a working solution.  Not just Forrest.

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June 28, 2014, 06:30:02 PM
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I suspect making P2Pool work with proxies will fix both.

I notice the bounty is specifically for forestv though, and not other contributors.

I am also leery about sending funds to some random guy on the Internet too Wink


The bounty is for Forrest or his designee, my goal here guys is to create a reward based system for Forrest that provides financial incentives for him to get back into development of p2pool outside of a donation % from mining.

While I may appear to be "some random guy" I hope the work I've done so far on the front end has demonstrated some level of commitment to p2pools success. I'm a real person, and plan to stick around, trust has to start somewhere, phillip if you contribute some coin you have my word it will either go to Forrest if the Ants work by July 25th, or will be returned to you. Yes, it's a risk, and my intent is to build some trust for future bounties, not to make off with anyone's Bitcoins Smiley

I tend to agree with others... the bounty should be available to anyone who comes up with a working solution.  Not just Forrest.

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totally agree, don't like the tone of forrestv's recent messages (although I do agree that developers should be rewarded).
forrestv seems to think the word 'donation' means something other than it's meaning;

A donation is a gift...
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June 28, 2014, 06:41:04 PM
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I tend to agree with others... the bounty should be available to anyone who comes up with a working solution.  Not just Forrest.

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Absolutely. From what I can gather, p2poolers have spent over a year waiting for forrestv to tackle these issues, all the while collecting donations, but doing nothing. We are where we are now because forrestv went AWOL, as our Chinese friends with 250Th so rightly pointed out.

Forget about forrestv, it won't happen. Offer the bounty to anyone who can help get p2pool back to where it belongs. The payment for him adding TRC was obviously more than the bounty being offered anyway.....

But hey, what do we know - we're all hypocrites.

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June 28, 2014, 08:10:26 PM
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I tend to agree with others... the bounty should be available to anyone who comes up with a working solution.  Not just Forrest.

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Again, the my goal is really to create an incentive for forrest to get involved again, I established the bounty based on that, and changing it now after it has started is not something I'm going to do...

The bounty was established for Forrest or his designee, maybe another dev wants to jump in and work with him on it?

That being said, I agree that if Forrest does not get involved any future bounty I set up will be open to all with well established criteria for completion.

This bounty expires July 25th and will be paid to Forrest (or his designee) or returned to donators...

Bounty Address: 1Ft1DZ4EcpH1jFttDoPwsFbe11a6diyZ1H

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forrestv p2pool antminer s2 and s3 compatibility fix.

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If you would like to see a working solution for the new Ants from Forrest please contribute and show that we are willing to pay for work completed.


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June 28, 2014, 08:59:05 PM
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Again, the my goal is really to create an incentive for forrest to get involved again

I don't think Forrest has been uninvolved because of a lack of donations - I think he has been 'uninvolved' because he simply doesn't know how to fix the problems that need fixing.

He pretty much said as much in his last little diatribe.  Yeah, he hinted at a 'possible breakthrough' in a rather obvious attempt to milk some donation money, but I think you are just throwing bad money after good if you send him any more donations.

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June 28, 2014, 09:02:53 PM
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good to see some heavy hashpoer returning to p2pool tonight - lets hope they stick with us  Smiley

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June 28, 2014, 09:17:49 PM
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I think you are just throwing bad money after good if you send him any more donations.

The bounty will only be paid if the new Ants are playing well with p2pool by July 25th, otherwise it will be returned to donators...

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June 28, 2014, 09:21:54 PM
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good to see some heavy hashpoer returning to p2pool tonight - lets hope they stick with us  Smiley

Looks like some may have already arrived Smiley


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June 28, 2014, 09:32:53 PM
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Of course they are back, the gravy train is in town. I welcome them but question their motives and logic.

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June 28, 2014, 09:48:18 PM
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well, that was short lived  Cheesy 200TH/s of failovers?

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June 28, 2014, 10:41:26 PM
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Of course they are back, the gravy train is in town. I welcome them but question their motives and logic.

I hope the gravy train continues.  I finally got enough hashing power on June 19 to start mining on p2pool and generate at least 1 share a day, and I'm at 319% of a normal free pool because a day or two before our recent string of luck started, my miner's got super lucky on solving shares.

On the development of P2Pool note, I'm really hoping the problem with the S2s, and potentially the S3s get worked out.  I'm debating dropping money on getting an S3 or and RK-box and I'm currently leaning S3, but all that can changed depending on price.  I really would like to keep that kinda hashing power decentralized and contribute it to P2Pool, but if the pool won't support, I'll have to look elsewhere.  If we can't get this working with the existing bounty by its deadline, I'm definitely willing to contribute to an open bounty to Fork P2Pool get it working.  As far as the pool scaling better with increased hashing power, wouldn't a possible temporary solution, bandage if you will, be to lower the share time.  Say set the share to time 15 or 10 seconds, or would that just create too much dust???
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June 29, 2014, 12:53:46 AM
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I have a question, I have setup 2 nodes one has my S1's hooked to it and the other has my S2's attached to it, they seem to hash a lot better doing it that way. If I have them all on the same node my total hashing power decreases, will the slower hashing of the S1's bring down the S2 hashing rate or does it make no difference? Are there any pros or cons of running 2 nodes?
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June 29, 2014, 01:00:41 AM
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I have a question, I have setup 2 nodes one has my S1's hooked to it and the other has my S2's attached to it, they seem to hash a lot better doing it that way. If I have them all on the same node my total hashing power decreases, will the slower hashing of the S1's bring down the S2 hashing rate or does it make no difference? Are there any pros or cons of running 2 nodes?

One node should be able to handle both.  There are known problems with S2s working on p2pool.  But if you found a way to get it to work, do share. Smiley

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June 29, 2014, 01:08:00 AM
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I have a question, I have setup 2 nodes one has my S1's hooked to it and the other has my S2's attached to it, they seem to hash a lot better doing it that way. If I have them all on the same node my total hashing power decreases, will the slower hashing of the S1's bring down the S2 hashing rate or does it make no difference? Are there any pros or cons of running 2 nodes?

One node should be able to handle both.  There are known problems with S2s working on p2pool.  But if you found a way to get it to work, do share. Smiley

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Thanks for your feed back, I know of the problem with S2's on p2pool so have just been playing around a bit, when I had them on the one node with the S1's my S2's hashed around 750-850 GH/s when I put them on there own on the second node I'm getting around 950 GH/s not sure if it is a work around as I have only had it running for a day so will test it for a couple of weeks. I have them all running with the same wallet.

EDIT: No my S2's have dropped off again back down to 750 -800 GH/s I hope something gets done to fix this soon.
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June 29, 2014, 07:45:19 AM
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I dont have s2, but was thinking if it could help at all to put walletaddress/2000000+1024 or walletaddress+1024 as username. Maybe not.
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June 29, 2014, 09:08:09 AM
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Saw this posted on reddit by user "m0gliE".

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Bitfury changes for mining on P2Pool.
1) Edit your /opt/bitfury/chainminer/jobconnect.cpp file, change line 16 to match your prefered P2Pool URL.

To set login and password, follow punins advice:
2) At your shell prompt, type the following command
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echo -n username:password | base64
3) Now copy and paste the string and replace the one after "Basic". (line 16)
4) Save the file and just write: 'make'
(you have to cd into /opt/bitfury/chainminer)
5) Do not forget to backup jobconnect.cpp
Restart your miner after making changes, remember that the proxy is ignored, so the web-interface pool settings can not be used.

Dunno how correct it is, but it seemed worth sharing.

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