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June 30, 2014, 09:54:53 PM
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June 30, 2014, 09:58:32 PM
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June 30, 2014, 10:54:58 PM
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had to reboot our EU server earlier to install some other pool... back up again, our Iceland and Israel nodes should be back up at some point next week.

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June 30, 2014, 11:19:46 PM
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im looking for some help to get my p2pool working properly. it is currently displaying about 10x lower local hashrate than i am actually doing. i made the networks.py files for fuelcoin and have been working to get a good p2pool working for it. is there any way i could get the proper hashrates to display. and if you have any suggestions for my p2pool to get it working a bit better that would be great.
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July 01, 2014, 06:18:34 AM
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... fuelcoin ...

Bitcoin Forum > Bitcoin > Mining > Pools (Moderators: gmaxwell, MiningBuddy, ckolivas) > [600 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool

wrong forum buddy.

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July 01, 2014, 06:27:50 AM
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It would be nice to have share info after rebooting p2pool node, someone with the skills could do that. Please.
I think it could be easy, but..

f = open("shares.txt","w")

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f = open("shares.txt","a")

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July 01, 2014, 12:26:57 PM
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It would be nice to have share info after rebooting p2pool node, someone with the skills could do that. Please.
I think it could be easy, but..

f = open("shares.txt","w")

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f = open("shares.txt","a")



The log file is a pretty good place to start...

This is untested but should work OK assuming you have enough memory to grep the log...

Code:
<?php
$share_pattern 
'/GOT\ SHARE/';
$log_path '/path/to/logs/p2pool';
$shares preg_grep($share_patternfile($log_path));
foreach(
$shares as $share)
{
    
$pieces explode(" "$share);
    
$shareDate $pieces[0]." ".$pieces[1];
    
$shareMiner $pieces[4];
    
$shareShare $pieces[5];
    
$shareDoa = (isset($pieces[10]) ? true false);
    
$values[] = array('miner'=>$shareMiner'share'=>$shareShare'date'=>$shareDate'doa'=>$shareDoa);
}
print_r($values);
?>


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July 01, 2014, 04:21:54 PM
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Just had to redo a new computer...
Now I have downloaded and installed all of my programs / modules/ etc.  On a windows 8 machine.

Every time I try to run
run_p2pool.py
or p2pool.exe

I get a note saying that the receiving machine has actively refused the connection???
Any hep would be appreciated!!!
Thanks
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July 01, 2014, 05:07:52 PM
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Just had to redo a new computer...
Now I have downloaded and installed all of my programs / modules/ etc.  On a windows 8 machine.

Every time I try to run
run_p2pool.py
or p2pool.exe

I get a note saying that the receiving machine has actively refused the connection???
Any hep would be appreciated!!!
Thanks

I'm not familiar with the error, but I'd start with checking:

Ports 9332 & 9333 open?

RPC User and Pass set for BitcoinD?

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July 01, 2014, 11:37:45 PM
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Anyone using [ny|sf].proxypool.doge.st ?  I was mining there for months and then yesterday NY stopped accepting my connections, then SF did (although I can't really mine on SF with the lag from me).  Not sure what happened but I've been running 2 connections from the same IP for a while then all of a sudden, the door slams.  I've emailed but no answer.  I've tried from one of my cloud servers and they get in fine, but of course can't mine.

I've gone ahead and plopped down the $20/mo for a VPS to run my own p2pool node since the closest one to me is 46ms.

I guess the only other question is, what are the specifics for tuning a p2pool node for DOGE...I know BTC but DOGE is a different animal.

Thanks...
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July 02, 2014, 01:43:36 AM
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Just had to redo a new computer...
Now I have downloaded and installed all of my programs / modules/ etc.  On a windows 8 machine.

Every time I try to run
run_p2pool.py
or p2pool.exe

I get a note saying that the receiving machine has actively refused the connection???
Any hep would be appreciated!!!
Thanks
A REBOOT FIXED IT ALL........

Just curious, I run all antminers....S1 and S2  total 4 TH.... I get 4 TH on my own pool and seem to have no issues?
It seems like I hear a lot of people having problems with the S2's??
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July 02, 2014, 06:45:32 AM
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Just curious, I run all antminers....S1 and S2  total 4 TH.... I get 4 TH on my own pool and seem to have no issues?
It seems like I hear a lot of people having problems with the S2's??

S1's work fine with p2pool, but S2's lose between 10%-15% hash rate.......

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Hey Guys...I hope I am asking in the right area.
Looks like we got a block, how come, my estimated payout... and the the section that says if a block were found now.....
Did not even come close to that number not even half?HuhHuh
Just trying to understand it......
Its so low payout..... makes it not worth giving this much time to a pool???
Can anyone help me understated a bit better without writing a book???
I want to stay with this as I love it, but the electric bills over 1200.00
cant let me make 20.00 a day?Huh?
Thanks so much in advance....
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Hey Guys...I hope I am asking in the right area.
Looks like we got a block, how come, my estimated payout... and the the section that says if a block were found now.....
Did not even come close to that number not even half?HuhHuh
Just trying to understand it......
Its so low payout..... makes it not worth giving this much time to a pool???
Can anyone help me understated a bit better without writing a book???
I want to stay with this as I love it, but the electric bills over 1200.00
cant let me make 20.00 a day?Huh?
Thanks so much in advance....

how long have you been mining with p2pool?  it takes about 3 days to get up to par with the estimated payout because of the PPLNS.

1200 electric bill?  that's either some seriously expensive electricity, or some serious hashrate.

M
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Hey Guys...I hope I am asking in the right area.
Looks like we got a block, how come, my estimated payout... and the the section that says if a block were found now.....
Did not even come close to that number not even half?HuhHuh
Just trying to understand it......
Its so low payout..... makes it not worth giving this much time to a pool???
Can anyone help me understated a bit better without writing a book???
I want to stay with this as I love it, but the electric bills over 1200.00
cant let me make 20.00 a day?Huh?
Thanks so much in advance....

how long have you been mining with p2pool?  it takes about 3 days to get up to par with the estimated payout because of the PPLNS.

1200 electric bill?  that's either some seriously expensive electricity, or some serious hashrate.

M

With p2pool solid 24 hours as of block time.....



4TH hash rate.....


not to mention, my normal bill here in South Florida is around 325.00 with the heat here and AC....
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Hey Guys...I hope I am asking in the right area.
Looks like we got a block, how come, my estimated payout... and the the section that says if a block were found now.....
Did not even come close to that number not even half?HuhHuh
Just trying to understand it......
Its so low payout..... makes it not worth giving this much time to a pool???
Can anyone help me understated a bit better without writing a book???
I want to stay with this as I love it, but the electric bills over 1200.00
cant let me make 20.00 a day?Huh?
Thanks so much in advance....

how long have you been mining with p2pool?  it takes about 3 days to get up to par with the estimated payout because of the PPLNS.

1200 electric bill?  that's either some seriously expensive electricity, or some serious hashrate.

M

With p2pool solid 24 hours as of block time.....



4TH hash rate.....


not to mention, my normal bill here in South Florida is around 325.00 with the heat here and AC....

The expected payout can go up and down with your submitted shares, usually takes 3 days to peak then settles down, you can take a look at a few miner dashboards on my node (sig link) to get an idea of what to expect.

My payout has always been exactly what was predicted at the moment a block is found...

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Hey Guys...I hope I am asking in the right area.
Looks like we got a block, how come, my estimated payout... and the the section that says if a block were found now.....
Did not even come close to that number not even half?HuhHuh
Just trying to understand it......
Its so low payout..... makes it not worth giving this much time to a pool???
Can anyone help me understated a bit better without writing a book???
I want to stay with this as I love it, but the electric bills over 1200.00
cant let me make 20.00 a day?Huh?
Thanks so much in advance....

how long have you been mining with p2pool?  it takes about 3 days to get up to par with the estimated payout because of the PPLNS.

1200 electric bill?  that's either some seriously expensive electricity, or some serious hashrate.

M
With p2pool solid 24 hours as of block time.....



4TH hash rate.....


not to mention, my normal bill here in South Florida is around 325.00 with the heat here and AC....
First... OUCH, that's a hefty electric bill.
Second, do you know what your expected payout was exactly at the time the block was found?  As others have stated, your expected payout is based completely upon how many shares you currently have in the share chain.  It is very possible that you found fewer than expected shares prior to the block being found, then found more than expected shares since.  With only a total of 24 hours of mining on p2pool, you're not at your full potential yet.  The share chain takes into account the previous 8640 shares (about 3 days) when making payouts.

As windpath noted, and I can confirm, the expected payouts are pretty much spot on compared to actuals when the block is found.

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Hey Guys...I hope I am asking in the right area.
Looks like we got a block, how come, my estimated payout... and the the section that says if a block were found now.....
Did not even come close to that number not even half?HuhHuh
Just trying to understand it......
Its so low payout..... makes it not worth giving this much time to a pool???
Can anyone help me understated a bit better without writing a book???
I want to stay with this as I love it, but the electric bills over 1200.00
cant let me make 20.00 a day?Huh?
Thanks so much in advance....

how long have you been mining with p2pool?  it takes about 3 days to get up to par with the estimated payout because of the PPLNS.

1200 electric bill?  that's either some seriously expensive electricity, or some serious hashrate.

M

With p2pool solid 24 hours as of block time.....



4TH hash rate.....


not to mention, my normal bill here in South Florida is around 325.00 with the heat here and AC....
First... OUCH, that's a hefty electric bill.
Second, do you know what your expected payout was exactly at the time the block was found?  As others have stated, your expected payout is based completely upon how many shares you currently have in the share chain.  It is very possible that you found fewer than expected shares prior to the block being found, then found more than expected shares since.  With only a total of 24 hours of mining on p2pool, you're not at your full potential yet.  The share chain takes into account the previous 8640 shares (about 3 days) when making payouts.

As windpath noted, and I can confirm, the expected payouts are pretty much spot on compared to actuals when the block is found.


Yea Ouch I know. On ghash was bringing in around 90.00 a day sometimes it would hit 115.00. all the others a little less.
But here I got 23.00 ..... I am moving up the list it says my payout is .0858812, noticed I am getting higher on this list every few hours.
Thanks for your inputs... I will try for a few more days and see the outcome.
I hate to give my hash to ghash as I dont like their attitudes especially when it it hit 51%
BUT at this point I have to be where the most $$$$ is at.
I will be lucky to stay profitable for another month and 1/2 I think......
I made my investment and I pay the electric and am still up 1500 a month so so far ok
BUT .........

Once again thanks for everyone's
info as it all helps!

Bryon


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First... OUCH, that's a hefty electric bill.
Second, do you know what your expected payout was exactly at the time the block was found?  As others have stated, your expected payout is based completely upon how many shares you currently have in the share chain.  It is very possible that you found fewer than expected shares prior to the block being found, then found more than expected shares since.  With only a total of 24 hours of mining on p2pool, you're not at your full potential yet.  The share chain takes into account the previous 8640 shares (about 3 days) when making payouts.

As windpath noted, and I can confirm, the expected payouts are pretty much spot on compared to actuals when the block is found.


Yea Ouch I know. On ghash was bringing in around 90.00 a day sometimes it would hit 115.00. all the others a little less.
But here I got 23.00 ..... I am moving up the list it says my payout is .0858812, noticed I am getting higher on this list every few hours.
Thanks for your inputs... I will try for a few more days and see the outcome.
I hate to give my hash to ghash as I dont like their attitudes especially when it it hit 51%
BUT at this point I have to be where the most $$$$ is at.
I will be lucky to stay profitable for another month and 1/2 I think......
I made my investment and I pay the electric and am still up 1500 a month so so far ok
BUT .........

Once again thanks for everyone's
info as it all helps!

Bryon



One more thing - if you're running Antminer S2, you're losing about 10-15% of your hashing on p2pool.  It's a known issue, and hopefully one that will be corrected (either by Bitmain directly, by one of the cgminer developers, or the p2pool developer).

That payout value will continue to rise until 8640 shares have been put on the share chain since you started on the pool.  From there it will remain pretty much normalized at that level.  Remember, too, that this is a PPLNS system.  You could shut down your miners now and still get paid (assuming you still have valid shares on the chain when the next block is found).

Finally, p2pool will be considerably more variant than where you were mining.  There will be times when no blocks are found for a few days, but then 4 will be found in a day.  For a great comparison of payouts of p2pool vs BTCGuild vs Eligius, check out this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=416933.0

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