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Author Topic: A Complete Guide to P2Pool - Merged Mining (BTC/NMC/DVC/IXC/I0C) plus LTC, Linux  (Read 182815 times)
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February 01, 2014, 09:55:52 PM
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Is there anyway to tell if your P2pool actually hit a block?  Will the log file show anything like this if a local miner found one?

Are you using the default front end or one of the other front ends like extended or one I am using (can't remember the name), the extend front end has a list of last blocks, that list shows you the blocks you are working on. If no blocks appear then you are not working on any.


This front end is quite nice. https://github.com/hardcpp/P2PoolExtendedFrontEnd

This is the one P2Pool.org used.
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February 01, 2014, 10:11:16 PM
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Is there anyway to tell if your P2pool actually hit a block?  Will the log file show anything like this if a local miner found one?

Are you using the default front end or one of the other front ends like extended or one I am using (can't remember the name), the extend front end has a list of last blocks, that list shows you the blocks you are working on. If no blocks appear then you are not working on any.


This front end is quite nice. https://github.com/hardcpp/P2PoolExtendedFrontEnd

This is the one P2Pool.org used.

Have a look at my frontend - p2pool.smoothrunnings.ca:9332 - I like it much better than the Exteneded Front End.

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February 01, 2014, 10:24:45 PM
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Is there anyway to tell if your P2pool actually hit a block?  Will the log file show anything like this if a local miner found one?

Are you using the default front end or one of the other front ends like extended or one I am using (can't remember the name), the extend front end has a list of last blocks, that list shows you the blocks you are working on. If no blocks appear then you are not working on any.


This front end is quite nice. https://github.com/hardcpp/P2PoolExtendedFrontEnd

This is the one P2Pool.org used.

Have a look at my frontend - p2pool.smoothrunnings.ca:9332 - I like it much better than the Exteneded Front End.



I like it, it is very clean.  Smiley

I will have to wait until I move to a new place to start my own P2Pool again. Need to get lots of Enterprise hardware.  Smiley
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February 02, 2014, 05:51:20 AM
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Is there anyway to tell if your P2pool actually hit a block?  Will the log file show anything like this if a local miner found one?

Are you using the default front end or one of the other front ends like extended or one I am using (can't remember the name), the extend front end has a list of last blocks, that list shows you the blocks you are working on. If no blocks appear then you are not working on any.


This front end is quite nice. https://github.com/hardcpp/P2PoolExtendedFrontEnd

This is the one P2Pool.org used.

Have a look at my frontend - p2pool.smoothrunnings.ca:9332 - I like it much better than the Exteneded Front End.



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February 02, 2014, 12:23:18 PM
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Is there anyway to tell if your P2pool actually hit a block?  Will the log file show anything like this if a local miner found one?

Are you using the default front end or one of the other front ends like extended or one I am using (can't remember the name), the extend front end has a list of last blocks, that list shows you the blocks you are working on. If no blocks appear then you are not working on any.


This front end is quite nice. https://github.com/hardcpp/P2PoolExtendedFrontEnd

This is the one P2Pool.org used.

Have a look at my frontend - p2pool.smoothrunnings.ca:9332 - I like it much better than the Exteneded Front End.



I like it, it is very clean.  Smiley

I will have to wait until I move to a new place to start my own P2Pool again. Need to get lots of Enterprise hardware.  Smiley

Found the link to it again:

https://github.com/johndoe75/p2pool-node-status
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February 02, 2014, 01:36:15 PM
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Does someone know how the fee system should work on p2pool?

I'm running a p2pool node which has some active miners on it.
I've setup a fee using "--address xxxxxxxxxx --fee 1"

The client is running without wallet, so I set an adrress from another wallet.
This address shows up when I start p2pool, so that looks fine.

Should you get a 1% fee everytime the miners are paid? I haven't received any fee yet, while the active miners have received their share payments.
Or will this fee be paid on a daily base? I got the feeling something is setup wrong.
Using p2pool 13.4-14-g7aa75ce-dirty
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February 02, 2014, 01:48:47 PM
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Does someone know how the fee system should work on p2pool?

I'm running a p2pool node which has some active miners on it.
I've setup a fee using "--address xxxxxxxxxx --fee 1"

The client is running without wallet, so I set an adrress from another wallet.
This address shows up when I start p2pool, so that looks fine.

Should you get a 1% fee everytime the miners are paid? I haven't received any fee yet, while the active miners have received their share payments.
Or will this fee be paid on a daily base? I got the feeling something is setup wrong.
Using p2pool 13.4-14-g7aa75ce-dirty

No the fee is not based on the bitcoin payout, it's based on the shares.

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February 02, 2014, 01:50:49 PM
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Would be nice if the P2pool server could update itself or at least tell the operator that there is an update available so he or she can decide when to take server offline and patch it. Smiley

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February 02, 2014, 02:02:13 PM
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Should you get a 1% fee everytime the miners are paid? I haven't received any fee yet, while the active miners have received their share payments.
Or will this fee be paid on a daily base? I got the feeling something is setup wrong.

It isn't intuitive, but each share a miner submits to you has a 1% chance of becoming your share instead. So you'll see a lot of variance in your pool fee income, but long-term it should even out (at the expense of higher variance for the miner as well).

Maybe one day p2pool will allow the fee amount to be recorded in the share, like the donation amount is, so it can be paid exactly when each share is paid and all shares remain with the miner.

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February 02, 2014, 04:30:34 PM
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Have a look at my frontend - p2pool.smoothrunnings.ca:9332 - I like it much better than the Exteneded Front End.


Wow, that one is actually quite nice.  I am just running the Extended Front end by blixnood: https://github.com/blixnood/p2pool
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February 02, 2014, 05:04:01 PM
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Have a look at my frontend - p2pool.smoothrunnings.ca:9332 - I like it much better than the Exteneded Front End.


Wow, that one is actually quite nice.  I am just running the Extended Front end by blixnood: https://github.com/blixnood/p2pool

Can I see it running?

Thanks
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February 02, 2014, 06:38:38 PM
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Have a look at my frontend - p2pool.smoothrunnings.ca:9332 - I like it much better than the Exteneded Front End.


Wow, that one is actually quite nice.  I am just running the Extended Front end by blixnood: https://github.com/blixnood/p2pool

Can I see it running?

Thanks

blixnood is the same as the standard Extended, with a few bug fixes, I think. I'm using it here:

http://vtc.royalminingco.com:9171/static/

I just changed to it since the share chart on the graphs page was always blank for me.

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February 02, 2014, 07:14:39 PM
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Have a look at my frontend - p2pool.smoothrunnings.ca:9332 - I like it much better than the Exteneded Front End.


Wow, that one is actually quite nice.  I am just running the Extended Front end by blixnood: https://github.com/blixnood/p2pool

Can I see it running?

Thanks

blixnood is the same as the standard Extended, with a few bug fixes, I think. I'm using it here:

http://vtc.royalminingco.com:9171/static/

I just changed to it since the share chart on the graphs page was always blank for me.

Nice, you even have 2 nodes.  Smiley
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February 09, 2014, 10:10:26 AM
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Hi!

Followed instructions to setup p2pool on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS VM - started without any problems (to avoid bitcoind DB sync I just copied existing database from the other server). The only one thing which failed was one time donation - bitcoind complained about insufficient funds, because the
wget -O- http://SERVER_IP:9332/patron_sendmany/5.0

returned JSON with a lot of addresses and sums for them, but I have only one miner connected! Why so many addresses?

I verified payout address - it is ok:

cat ~/p2pool/data/bitcoin/cached_payout_address
14Y2AKxxNsKkTj4Y615qQfYXTxfiguDHbc

 bitcoind getaddressesbyaccount p2pool
[
    "14Y2AKxxNsKkTj4Y615qQfYXTxfiguDHbc"
]

 bitcoind getreceivedbyaddress 14Y2AKxxNsKkTj4Y615qQfYXTxfiguDHbc
0.00000000

Pointed my miner (75Gh avg) to my pool. After a while graphs shows ~6.0 mBTC in the "Current payout to default address" section, but the pool balance still is zero. Is this a glitch or hidden/donated payouts?

Thanks in advance!
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February 09, 2014, 01:59:17 PM
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Pointed my miner (75Gh avg) to my pool. After a while graphs shows ~6.0 mBTC in the "Current payout to default address" section, but the pool balance still is zero. Is this a glitch or hidden/donated payouts?

Thanks in advance!

That amount is how much money for -fee is in the Payouts list, I think. Remember that -fee doesn't provide a steady commission on all node income, but it gives you that % of the pool shares randomly. So you'll see variance in the node income even if the miner shares are steady.

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February 09, 2014, 03:10:08 PM
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1 thing is not verryr clear:

When u use p2pool doe 1 coin, users use  their wallet as username for payment,

What if you merge mining,? Users get only payed in 1 currency?
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February 09, 2014, 03:20:38 PM
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1 thing is not verryr clear:

When u use p2pool doe 1 coin, users use  their wallet as username for payment,

What if you merge mining,? Users get only payed in 1 currency?

Yes, the merge mining income goes to the local wallet for the node. If you are going to pay that to users you need to set something up to handle that yourself.

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February 09, 2014, 03:26:04 PM
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There are no tools for that?
Problem is:

I wanted to set up a p2pool for An altcoin.
Seems altcoin has no height defined.

Can solve this by merging it, but not as primary coin.

Users of he community want to be payed in that altcoin. So..
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February 09, 2014, 03:31:38 PM
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Not that I know of. Maybe someone else can chime in. Remember p2pool is intended for each miner to run themselves.

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February 09, 2014, 08:39:49 PM
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Pointed my miner (75Gh avg) to my pool. After a while graphs shows ~6.0 mBTC in the "Current payout to default address" section, but the pool balance still is zero. Is this a glitch or hidden/donated payouts?

Thanks in advance!

That amount is how much money for -fee is in the Payouts list, I think. Remember that -fee doesn't provide a steady commission on all node income, but it gives you that % of the pool shares randomly. So you'll see variance in the node income even if the miner shares are steady.

Aha, thanks for the explanation. But why the initial payout contained a lot of address? Just because those addresses are in the queue, which is shared between p2pool nodes? By the other words, it is possible that my address will be in this list for something other who decided to bring up the p2pool node?
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