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Author Topic: [ANN][DGC] Digitalcoin | Multi-algo & Masternodes | Established 2013  (Read 501141 times)
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May 23, 2013, 12:35:52 AM
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I was on fenican pool and switched to the France one... Just found a block as writing Smiley

 I was wondering if a free vps could be enough to host a p2p pool?

maybe could set up a node in North America...

I've got a linux machine in the middle of the USA, so it would be a decent ping to both coasts. Does anyone know how much bandwidth setting up a p2p pool actually takes? I'd take a crack at it if it isn't overwhelming.

My P2Pool at crypto-coins.de is connected with 1GBit, and the Traffic of the P2Pool Node is less than 1 % so that itis not shown in my Traffic monitor....
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May 23, 2013, 12:46:04 AM
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I have set up a smaller North America p2pool server for miners.  Would ask that only folks with 2 mh/s or less attach:

http://107.20.222.119:9500/static/

Larger miners should attach to my other pool.  This one is on a lower capacity server so major mining may blow it up

Luck of the Irish!  I pointed about 1.5 mh/s to get it started and found a block in about 10 seconds
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May 23, 2013, 12:46:45 AM
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Someone messaged me that clearing DNS cache and using new files except for wallet fixed the problem for them.

I'm not sure that DNS has anything to do with it, since it doesn't seem to be used at all in the client for seeding. The code has all of the hostnames commented out.

Code:
// DNS seeds
// Each pair gives a source name and a seed name.
// The first name is used as information source for addrman.
// The second name should resolve to a list of seed addresses.
static const char *strDNSSeed[][2] = {
    //{"digitalcoin.co", "dnsseed.digitalcoin.co"},
    //{"altcointech.net", "dnsseed.rc.altcointech.net"},
};

These comments mean that strDNSSeed is an empty array, so later code to resolve hostnames to IPs never executes.

Code:
       printf("Loading addresses from DNS seeds (could take a while)\n");

        for (unsigned int seed_idx = 0; seed_idx < ARRAYLEN(strDNSSeed); seed_idx++) {
...

ARRAYLEN(strDNSSeed) is 0 because it's an empty array, so the loop ends before the contents are executed. Compiler warns of this dead code: "comparison of unsigned expression < 0 is always false"

It's not a startup issue anyway, the flip only happens after the client has been running for several hours.

A simple signature to declare the currency of the network would fix this.
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May 23, 2013, 12:49:55 AM
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Those dnsseeds will be activated in a future commit. I did not want the network to centralize around it.

A signature is one of the options I am looking at, as well as/or a checkpoint.


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May 23, 2013, 12:51:40 AM
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I believe my issues are caused by jumping to the wrong block chain also. Probably why I saw solved blocks but never got paid. Just ran good for 2 hours then did it again. Hope we find a fix soon. I'm not going to be able to baby sit my rigs this weekend.
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May 23, 2013, 12:52:34 AM
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so in the last 20 minutes, I've had to close and open my digitalcoin-qt because it starts resyncing the block chain all 338733 blocks, 1 every second. What is going on with this? I haven't seen this in any other coin...

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May 23, 2013, 12:55:07 AM
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Not sure why that's happening, and I can't reproduce it myself.. I've left a few computers running on different IPs and still can't get it to happen.. You can expect a commit very soon with an update. I am just looking at the best solution.

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May 23, 2013, 12:57:57 AM
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I have set up a smaller North America p2pool server for miners.  Would ask that only folks with 2 mh/s or less attach:

http://107.20.222.119:9500/static/

Larger miners should attach to my other pool.  This one is on a lower capacity server so major mining may blow it up

allright will try it after! Been on the FR one for 45 minutes didnt start to pay yet... Do you know how the p2p pool calculate when to start paying? # blocks or # shares or time frame or?

What goes around comes around...
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May 23, 2013, 01:04:20 AM
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oh it started paying I was typing the wrong DGC address!

I'd still like to know how it is calculated though...

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May 23, 2013, 01:10:01 AM
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so in the last 20 minutes, I've had to close and open my digitalcoin-qt because it starts resyncing the block chain all 338733 blocks, 1 every second. What is going on with this? I haven't seen this in any other coin...

got same trouble 2 times. Now i forwarded port 7999 and i'll see what happens
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May 23, 2013, 01:10:16 AM
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That sync issue just happened again. This is getting ridiculous

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May 23, 2013, 01:11:36 AM
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so in the last 20 minutes, I've had to close and open my digitalcoin-qt because it starts resyncing the block chain all 338733 blocks, 1 every second. What is going on with this? I haven't seen this in any other coin...

got same trouble 2 times. Now i forwarded port 7999 and i'll see what happens

I'll try that as well to see if it helps at all.

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May 23, 2013, 01:14:14 AM
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I have set up a smaller North America p2pool server for miners.  Would ask that only folks with 2 mh/s or less attach:

http://107.20.222.119:9500/static/

Larger miners should attach to my other pool.  This one is on a lower capacity server so major mining may blow it up

THANK YOU!  That solved my issue with not connecting to your other pool. My lil' ol' 6850 is just too long in the tooth to compete with the big boys. Smiley

My address shows up on your list right away on this pool!

BTC: 1FJ6nP3BmEDrpGZP5UtaGUrssV3A6rnhpU
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May 23, 2013, 01:20:40 AM
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Not sure why that's happening, and I can't reproduce it myself.. I've left a few computers running on different IPs and still can't get it to happen.. You can expect a commit very soon with an update. I am just looking at the best solution.

Another thing I noticed is that I had a couple different coin-type pools going in my cgminer pool management section. Just to be safe, I removed all but the active solo pool. Hopefully that was the cause of the issue.

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May 23, 2013, 01:21:42 AM
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I have set up a smaller North America p2pool server for miners.  Would ask that only folks with 2 mh/s or less attach:

http://107.20.222.119:9500/static/

Larger miners should attach to my other pool.  This one is on a lower capacity server so major mining may blow it up

allright will try it after! Been on the FR one for 45 minutes didnt start to pay yet... Do you know how the p2p pool calculate when to start paying? # blocks or # shares or time frame or?

It pays every time a DGC block is solved but only if you have solved at least one smaller block that belongs to the pool.  You can see your expected payout on the bottom.  This pool will be slow to solve blocks so it should be clear how much you'll get
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May 23, 2013, 01:27:50 AM
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nearmiss and MarKusRomanus could you please confirm that you have looked at todays and yesterdays payouts and you reckon they are spot on?
I am not talking about coins/day I am talking about coins/block.
For example, nearmiss, I had ~.48 as expected per block but I received only ~.38.

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May 23, 2013, 01:31:07 AM
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so in the last 20 minutes, I've had to close and open my digitalcoin-qt because it starts resyncing the block chain all 338733 blocks, 1 every second. What is going on with this? I haven't seen this in any other coin...

got same trouble 2 times. Now i forwarded port 7999 and i'll see what happens

My desktop has a dedicated global IP, no need for network address translation or inbound connect forwarding, problem still happens.
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May 23, 2013, 01:38:59 AM
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I will give 20 DGC to whoever takes over my flash bang.... Put your username on the site and then PM me here

http://www.bitgrenade.net/?coin_display=6

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May 23, 2013, 01:44:35 AM
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New slot machines available!

Slot Machines: http://alt-co.in/slots.php

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May 23, 2013, 01:49:15 AM
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Just sent a donation to the devs, keep up the good work! I don't much at this point, but I do have some to spare.

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