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Author Topic: [1500 TH] p2pool: Decentralized, DoS-resistant, Hop-Proof pool  (Read 2029207 times)
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July 30, 2014, 07:33:52 PM
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I'd like to propose a bounty to fix the p2pool issue on the neptune.  Who's with me? 

It is likely a problem with the Neptune not liking the job restarts every 30 seconds.  If so, there isn't much that can be done about it on the p2pool side, if anything.

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July 31, 2014, 07:46:54 AM
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Blocks found in last day:

Thu Jul 31 2014 19:42:30 GMT+1200    313299   00000000000000002d333a85b2a3bdfe39d0cb6baa51a5a474391d2838cfa83a   →
Thu Jul 31 2014 19:33:33 GMT+1200    313298   00000000000000000f7f2beb15cea19246d7069e25dcdde324d6a9fddde4eef7   →
Thu Jul 31 2014 01:01:11 GMT+1200    313169   00000000000000002d80d444a356fcc5bbfbf0f8a876a217b4621338c78625fa   →

Nice One P2Pool...!!!




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July 31, 2014, 11:53:32 AM
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I'd like to propose a bounty to fix the p2pool issue on the neptune.  Who's with me? 

wrong thread, but yes, do it. Take it to KnC thread or their own forums.

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July 31, 2014, 12:29:58 PM
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Well that is a new record since we have been recording p2pool luck:



Time to block: 0 Hours, 8 Minutes, 57 Seconds

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July 31, 2014, 01:21:29 PM
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Incredible.  Back-to-back blocks.  And my while I'm on the better side of my personal share variance.  Made my morning.

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July 31, 2014, 05:18:26 PM
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Well folks, it's official!

I hope you are all as excited about this as I am Smiley

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7/31/14
CoinCadence.com Acquires P2Pool.org Domain
And Announces Plans For New Open Source P2Pool Dashboard

Stamford, CT: Today, CoinCadence.com, a Bitcoin startup focused on mining decentralization and transparency, announced that they have acquired the p2pool.org domain name. p2pool is a decentralized mining pool that creates a peer-to-peer network of miner nodes working together as a mining pool. p2pool is open source and any miner may host their own node and join the pool.

Milk House, LLC’s managing member said, “We have been working with the p2pool mining community to develop the most data-rich and useful p2pool dashboard available at minefast.coincadence.com. With the acquisition of p2pool.org we now have even greater capabilities to promote the growth of p2pool and strengthen the decentralized mining network.”

The company plans a staged roll-out for the new p2pool.org website:

● The existing p2pool.org site will remain as-is until the new site is complete, mining will not be interrupted.

● By September 1st: A fresh home page for p2pool.org explaining the benefits of becoming a p2pool node operator, a public Coin Cadence p2pool node with 0% fee for those that are not able to operate their own node, and links to accredited p2pool resources and guides.

● By November 1st: Open source version of the data-rich Coin Cadence p2pool dashboard released including real time data from p2pool and the Bitcoin blockchain and an API that provides historical data.
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July 31, 2014, 10:12:52 PM
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Yeah this pool is awesome, just about everything is well thought, exept it could just be man to give away 1%. I have got 100% more in this week that I ought to have so its not a big deal. With shares i got 100%, didnt count coins yet, might be much more Smiley
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July 31, 2014, 10:22:07 PM
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There was someone saying that ants s1 are aeting more than income is, well here in finland those four uv takes 70 dollars, one day income is if we take today 36 dollars.. so One more day in this month - can i be so unluky?

uv undervoltaged
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July 31, 2014, 10:54:32 PM
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Well folks, it's official!

I hope you are all as excited about this as I am Smiley

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7/31/14
CoinCadence.com Acquires P2Pool.org Domain
And Announces Plans For New Open Source P2Pool Dashboard

Stamford, CT: Today, CoinCadence.com, a Bitcoin startup focused on mining decentralization and transparency, announced that they have acquired the p2pool.org domain name. p2pool is a decentralized mining pool that creates a peer-to-peer network of miner nodes working together as a mining pool. p2pool is open source and any miner may host their own node and join the pool.

Milk House, LLC’s managing member said, “We have been working with the p2pool mining community to develop the most data-rich and useful p2pool dashboard available at minefast.coincadence.com. With the acquisition of p2pool.org we now have even greater capabilities to promote the growth of p2pool and strengthen the decentralized mining network.”

The company plans a staged roll-out for the new p2pool.org website:

● The existing p2pool.org site will remain as-is until the new site is complete, mining will not be interrupted.

● By September 1st: A fresh home page for p2pool.org explaining the benefits of becoming a p2pool node operator, a public Coin Cadence p2pool node with 0% fee for those that are not able to operate their own node, and links to accredited p2pool resources and guides.

● By November 1st: Open source version of the data-rich Coin Cadence p2pool dashboard released including real time data from p2pool and the Bitcoin blockchain and an API that provides historical data.
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Hey windpath, congrats on the acquisition!!!  You've done a great job so far and have been a highly valued contributor to the p2pool experience for miners.  I know when I'm not mining on my own node, I'm on yours.  I'm glad I was able to contribute to what is, at least in my view, the best p2pool experience going.  I wish you all the best, and look forward to your upcoming release.

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August 01, 2014, 02:57:40 AM
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CoinCadence.com Acquires P2Pool.org Domain
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Keep up the good work, body!!!

Your contribution is very healthy for p2pool.

Thank you!
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August 01, 2014, 07:25:12 AM
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Well folks, it's official!

I hope you are all as excited about this as I am Smiley

● By November 1st: Open source version of the data-rich Coin Cadence p2pool dashboard released including real time data from p2pool and the Bitcoin blockchain and an API that provides historical data.
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Definitely excited, and looking forward to the November 1st open source dashboard to add to my p2pool node.  Wink

Have to run my own node due to latency, but does help keep bitcoin/p2pool global.

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August 01, 2014, 12:42:15 PM
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Cool, congrats windpath!  It's always good news when someone who is genuinely interested in doing something has the means and is able to get it done.  Looking forward to seeing how this develops and where we go from here.
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August 01, 2014, 12:48:17 PM
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Windpath - one suggestion if I may for your interface?  On the miner's page, could you change the default bottom statistic to be the Recent Shares instead of the Recent Blocks?  I find myself wanting to know that information and clicking on it much more frequently than the blocks, since that is also the default on the other dashboard pages.

Not sure if that's even possible depending on how the underlying code generates the pages to begin with, but worth a shot.
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August 01, 2014, 04:46:00 PM
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Very excited...

Hey windpath, congrats on the acquisition!!!  You've done a great job so far and have been a highly valued contributor to the p2pool experience for miners.  I know when I'm not mining on my own node, I'm on yours.  I'm glad I was able to contribute to what is, at least in my view, the best p2pool experience going.  I wish you all the best, and look forward to your upcoming release.

Thanks Jonny! Your contribution to the graphing capabilities is much appreciated as well!

Keep up the good work, body!!!

Your contribution is very healthy for p2pool.

Thank you!

Thank you psahx!

Definitely excited, and looking forward to the November 1st open source dashboard to add to my p2pool node.  Wink

Have to run my own node due to latency, but does help keep bitcoin/p2pool global.

Running your own node is the way p2pool was intended to be used, looking forward to getting the open source dashboard up as well, thanks Smiley

Cool, congrats windpath!  It's always good news when someone who is genuinely interested in doing something has the means and is able to get it done.  Looking forward to seeing how this develops and where we go from here.

Thanks kgb, the future looks bright!

I'll take a look at swapping the tabs on the miner dashboard for active miners on a node to have "Recent Miner Shares" be the default tab....

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All of your feedback and help has been instrumental in getting things to where they are now, looking forward to us all growing p2pool in the future, now I better get back to work Wink






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August 01, 2014, 06:57:24 PM
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Hey all,
Wondering....
Has everyone seen a huge, more then 50 % loss of income here in the last month?
I know as the hash rate has been going up, the shares are more difficult
and the block payouts are lower... And I understand that we should see an
increase in the blocks to almost balance it out.

But this is not the way it has been working out for me at least?

Actually getting a bit nervous at the low payouts?

Thanks for any input.... I know I cant bee the only one.

According to my calculations, my expected earnings for the time period of 6/29 - 7/28 was about 1.9837BTC
My actual earnings in that same time period: 2.3968BTC

So, no, I'm not seeing a 50% reduction in income.

just curious...is there a website or calculation tool that helps you project your income?
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August 01, 2014, 10:38:31 PM
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Hey all,
Wondering....
Has everyone seen a huge, more then 50 % loss of income here in the last month?
I know as the hash rate has been going up, the shares are more difficult
and the block payouts are lower... And I understand that we should see an
increase in the blocks to almost balance it out.

But this is not the way it has been working out for me at least?

Actually getting a bit nervous at the low payouts?

Thanks for any input.... I know I cant bee the only one.

According to my calculations, my expected earnings for the time period of 6/29 - 7/28 was about 1.9837BTC
My actual earnings in that same time period: 2.3968BTC

So, no, I'm not seeing a 50% reduction in income.

just curious...is there a website or calculation tool that helps you project your income?

Using any bitcoin calculater, like coinwarz or the one at bitcoinwisdom, and plugging in your hashrate is how you project your income.  Outside of that it's just variance/luck that effects your income.
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August 01, 2014, 11:20:58 PM
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How to find a p2pool public node with low ping

I found that I could get a good DOA (dead on arrival) rate, by finding a node with a good ping.
Several nodes close to me with low DOA rate by sorting by lowest ping.

Here is a list of public nodes
http://p2pool-nodes.info/

Using this windows tool here: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/multiple_ping_tool.html (direct download: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/pinginfoview.zip),
you can quickly and effectively ping a large number of these and sort by lowest ping.



Note: a low ping doesn't necessarily mean low DOA rate, but you are more likely to find it this way.

Here is a list of the nodes as of July that you can paste into pingInfoView (needs to be refreshed with current list)
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19V7inJuM96FV9kIRG9Kwxhz321xYJn8AZ1hWgJEhwo4/edit?usp=sharing

Thats all folks
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August 01, 2014, 11:22:59 PM
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Anybody notice a drop in shares?Huh
With no changes in setup or machines....
My shares stopped late last night...
So today, I rebooted my computer and reset the system and started everything fresh even the bitcore....
Now running 4 hours at 4 TH and 0.0 shares...
Thats very unusual as I usually get about 2 an hour on average...
Just wondering if its only me?Huh

Thanks
That's variance for you.  Now... that's some pretty crappy luck, but, it happens.  Sometimes when that happens to me, I give my miners a little pep talk.  Positive words of encouragement like, "I'm going to trade you in" and "Do you want to end up on eBay, too?".  Then, a lot of times if that doesn't do the trick, I'll threaten them with unplugging them and not plugging them back in or forcing them to work on the same block over and over until they get it right.  In extreme cases I'll reboot everything repeatedly, just so they know who is in control.

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August 02, 2014, 12:14:22 AM
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Has anybody used BITMAINs guildlines for P2P by setting a static difficulty? I tried 256 and my BestShare went just over 1K, at 512 it stays at 0 after an hour. Without the static difficulty they go well over 3M for BestShares and get over 10K within minutes. Maybe I should ask does the BestShare value really mean anything with this current firmware version? On regular pools I never had a BestShare, it wasn't until I went to P2P that BestShare gave me a value. My hash rate did go up a little higher as the guidance said it would though. Education on BestShare please.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=671189.msg7598229#msg7598229
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August 02, 2014, 02:16:04 AM
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I have not yet, but I'll give it a try. I don't think it ever made a difference on my s1 with manual diff on P2Pool. I'm going with everything default so far on P2Pool with the S3's. Pretty sure there was good bit of discussion about this many pages back. Maybe it's different on the S3, but I doubt it.

Has anybody used BITMAINs guildlines for P2P by setting a static difficulty? I tried 256 and my BestShare went just over 1K, at 512 it stays at 0 after an hour. Without the static difficulty they go well over 3M for BestShares and get over 10K within minutes. Maybe I should ask does the BestShare value really mean anything with this current firmware version? On regular pools I never had a BestShare, it wasn't until I went to P2P that BestShare gave me a value. My hash rate did go up a little higher as the guidance said it would though. Education on BestShare please.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=671189.msg7598229#msg7598229

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