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February 25, 2012, 02:07:31 AM
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The goal is to provide a list of servers located near you, to make connecting locally simpler. Act locally, think globally, Cheesy .
This will help to spread the word about P2Pool, providing an opportunity to try it out without having to setup a server or node.
If you are running a P2Pool server you can share your details here. It is transitional easing to get people involved.

What's the point of making my node accessible to the public?
You like the P2Pool concept and have decided to run P2Pool for your hashing needs. You understand what it takes to maintain a server and so decide to offer your node for public use in order to help those who may not be in a position to set up a P2Pool node themselves. You understand that this isn't a way that will make you rich but it will get you positive karma points. Wink

Alert: If you have already taken the time to upgrade p2pool, it is now on version 3.1. If you haven't upgraded your node please do so as soon as possible.
For more information about the p2pool upgrade, please see: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=18313.msg971005#msg971005

To use a pool listed below, follow your miners instructions for connecting to a pool.
For example, to connect using CGMiner:
Code:
cgminer -o http://pool:port -u username -p password
Replace 'username' with your BTC address where the payments are to be sent.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28402.0

All pools listed below are BIP16 Supported

Format: City/State/Province::Country::IP Address:Port::Fee::Coinage Mined::Pool Name::Operator (Nick)Name

North America
  • Ontario::Canada::http://blockexplorer.funkymonkey.org:9335/::0%::BTC::FunkyMonkey Pool::tiker
  • Toronto::Canada::http://p2pool.hopto.org:9332/::0.3%::BTC::Hopto::cabin
  • California::USA::http://p2pool.stitthappens.com:8336/::0.5%::BTC+NMC::StittHappens::Red Emerald
  • California::USA::http://p2pool.stitthappens.com:10336/::1%::LTC::StittHappens::Red Emerald
  • Los Angeles, CA::USA::http://p2pool.thedimi.net:9332/::0%::BTC::thedimi::vindimy
  • Southern California::USA::http://p2pool.greenbtc.com:9327/::0%::LTC::GreenBTC::RandomQ - Lowered Fees
  • Southern California::USA::http://p2pool.greenbtc.com:9332/::0%::BTC::GreenBTC::RandomQ - Lowered Fees
  • San Francisco, California::USA::http://tonic.dnsd.info:9332/::0%::BTC::FRESH::freshzive - New
  • Chicago, Illinois::USA::http://66.90.82.155:9332/::0.10000000000000001%::btc::CK p2pool::cereal7802
  • Tampa, Florida::USA::http://p2pmining.com:9332/::0%::BTC/NMC::P2Pmining::JayCoin  - #Modified Offline
  • Kansas City, Kansas::USA::http://p2p.lcgcraft.in:9327/::0%::LTC::TitPool::Tittiez - Not Available
  • Kentucky::USA::http://216.135.68.240:9332/::0%::BTC::TGS-P2Pool?::NothinG
  • Dallas, Texas::USA::http://caldari.lksmith.me:9332/::0.15%::BTC*::Ael's Pool::vedalken254 - New
  • Wyoming, MI::USA::http://imperium.getmyip.com:9332/::0.1%::BTC::SmoovPool::Smoovious
  • Wyoming, MI::USA::http://imperium.getmyip.com:9327/::0.1%::LTC::SmoovPool::Smoovious
  • Seattle, Washington::USA::http://bitpoppool.geekgalaxy.com:9332/::0%::BTC::Bit Pop P2Pool::bitpop
  • Charleston::West Virgina::USA::http://fearmypenguin.ath.cx:9332::0.5%::BTC::Naelrpool::Naelr - New
  • Charleston::West Virgina::USA::http://fearmypenguin.ath.cx:9327::0.5%::LTC::Naelrpool::Naelr - New

South America
  • São Paulo/SP::Brazil::http://200.204.162.44:9332/::0.3::BTC::Electra Bitcoin P2Pool Node::ThiagoCMC - New
  • São Paulo/SP::Brazil::http://200.204.162.44:9327/::0.3::LTC::Electra Litecoin P2Pool Node::ThiagoCMC - New
Europe
  • Germany::http://82.165.39.91:9332/::0%::BTC::roomservice::roomservice
  • Cologne::Germany::http://p2pool-cologne.dyndns.org:9332/::0.1%::BTC::Cologne::Subo1977
  • Gunzenhausen::Germany::http://78.47.74.211:10332/::0.5%::BTC::randomguy7::randomguy7 - New
  • Nüernberg::Germany::http://pool.k1024.de:80/::0%::LTC::k1024::flower1024
  • Turin::Italy::http://p2pool.soon.it:9332/::0.5%::BTC::p2pool::spiccioli  - Now with graphs. Use 'graph' as password.
  • Rotterdam::Netherlands::http://145.118.108.109:9332/::0.5%::BTC::10mb/s::orseti - New
  • Gorzów Wielkopolski::Poland::http://91.235.254.37:9332/::0.5%::BTC::Rav3n's pool::rav3n_pl
  • Bristol::UK::http://lenny.dnsd.me:9332/::0.1%::BTC+NMC::p2pool::lenny - New
  • Leeds::UK::http://195.234.11.101:9338/::0.1%::BTC::P2P-Bit::Shadow383
  • London::UK::http://109.74.195.142:9332/::0.5%::BTC::Gyver's p2pool::Gyver - Now with graphs. Use '29fbe016a606fcb4' for password.
  • ::UK::http://thirdlight.dynalias.com:80/::0%::BTC::Thirdlight::Thirdlight -Not Available
  • Kyiv::Ukraine::http://93.126.88.72:9332/::0%::BTC::In Kiev::Ed - New
  • Kyiv::Ukraine::http://93.126.88.72:9327/::0%::LTC::In Kiev::Ed - New
Africa

Asia
  • Beijing::China::http://p2poolchina.zapto.org:9332::0.5%::p2poolchina::bravetheheat

Australia

Notes:
Would you like to run P2Pool for the community, ThiagoCMC has a Complete P2Pool Guide:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=62842.0

#Modified: Jaycoin has built a modified p2pool node with a PHP front end to always offer diff1 shares to hashers. This helps to reduce variance in finding blocks and helps when receiving block rewards providing more consistent payouts than a standard node. Code for the mods are not yet now public. Check the P2PMining thread for details.

NothinG has created a web version of this server list, featuring graph displays of each pool.
http://nodes.p2pmine.com

Red Emerald has created a Python script to check the status of the servers in this list. It works like ping from Terminal but provides more detail and accuracy.

Copy the text from this link: http://pastie.org/3597839
  • Paste the text into a text editor and name it with a .py extension.
Code:
check_p2pool_server_status.py
  • Save as "all file types"
  • Choose a directory to save to: Desktop
  • In Terminal cd to the directory: Desktop
  • Issue the command:
Code:
sudo python ./check_p2pool_server_status.py
  • Wait a few seconds for results

Contributions:
::Shadow383, list update::Red Emerald, python p2pool server status script::NothinG, web version of this server list::

***Post errors or omissions in this thread and I will update ASAP.

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February 25, 2012, 07:40:20 PM
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If anyone wants to try out p2pool, they're welcome to use my node at
http://thirdlight.dynalias.com:9332

Server is in France, fee 0.5%, use the bitcoin address for payments as username, any password, or "graph" to see your worker at http://thirdlight.dynalias.com:9332/graphs/

I suggest leaving your miners on p2pool at least 48 hours to get a feel for payouts!

Edit: Server now UK, port 80
So, connect miner to http://thirdlight.dynalias.com:80
New style graphs at http://thirdlight.dynalias.com/static/graphs.html
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February 26, 2012, 01:43:35 PM
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You should probably specify if it's bitcoin or litecoin as well.
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March 08, 2012, 10:22:32 PM
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Not sure if anyone cares about this but here is one in Toronto, Canada to try before you run your own:

Server (Bitcoin): p2pool.hopto.org:9332
Username: your bitcoin address
Password: anything

More Info: http://p2pool.hopto.org:9332/static/
Graphs: http://p2pool.hopto.org:9332/static/graphs.html
Fee: 0.3%
Efficiency generally 105% of expected

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March 10, 2012, 02:31:04 AM
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That's great. The idea is, for those who don't want to or can't set up their own node but would like to try out p2pool, to provide addresses for them to do so. It is transitional easing. Cheesy

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Louisville, Kentucky :: USA :: http://p2pool.tgservers.com:9332/ :: 0% :: BTC :: TGS-P2Pool? :: NothinG

Moved my pool to Linux. Graphs available! Cheesy
http://216.135.68.240:9332/

DNS has been setup to change to the new IP, may take up to 72 hours for those who are still mining at my other P2Pool on windows.
I'm leaving that pool up, though.


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I would like someone to test mine to see if it actually can be reached from the internet, because the miniUPNP used by coin daemons does not work with my router but whatever p2pool is using does seem to work but I have not yet proven that it works. I supposeduly get incoming connections, but maybe those actually result from some kind of hole-punching rather than from actually managing to set the router correctly.

The hostname is ot.knotwork.com, the ports are the normal default ports for bitcoin and for litecoin (I run both). There is NO FEE on either currently. Once we see whether they can in fact be reached I will have to put a fee on litecoin because I have nothing I can merged-mine with litecoin. For the bitcoin though I wish I could set a negative fee, that is, pay out more than 100%, because that way users could benefit from the many other things I merged mine alongside bitcoin. However I looked at the code, and it turns out trying to put a negative fee would not do the trick. Which I should now take up with the author of p2pool in another thread...

Location is Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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I would like someone to test mine to see if it actually can be reached from the internet, because the miniUPNP used by coin daemons does not work with my router but whatever p2pool is using does seem to work but I have not yet proven that it works. I supposeduly get incoming connections, but maybe those actually result from some kind of hole-punching rather than from actually managing to set the router correctly.

The hostname is ot.knotwork.com, the ports are the normal default ports for bitcoin and for litecoin (I run both). There is NO FEE on either currently. Once we see whether they can in fact be reached I will have to put a fee on litecoin because I have nothing I can merged-mine with litecoin. For the bitcoin though I wish I could set a negative fee, that is, pay out more than 100%, because that way users could benefit from the many other things I merged mine alongside bitcoin. However I looked at the code, and it turns out trying to put a negative fee would not do the trick. Which I should now take up with the author of p2pool in another thread...

Location is Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Seems I'm unable to each you're pool @ http://ot.knotwork.com:9332/

As for the paying users back who use p2pool, check out https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool#Donating_to_P2Pool_miners .

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March 11, 2012, 10:23:28 AM
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The link you provide has no way to know which of the miners use the server that is looking to pay its miners, in fact the vast majority would go to miners who probably never even knew the server existed let alone actually used it.

Thanks for testing one of my ports. I'd still like to know about the other too but it looks like maybe some kind of hole punching must be responasbile for my incoming connections.

Strangely though, litecoind itself was also getting incoming connections, unlike any of my other coin-daemons. So I thought maybe the litecoin authors had done something to make litecoin different. If they didn't I wonder why it *is* behaving differently from the other chains in that respect.

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March 11, 2012, 11:18:19 AM
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Feel free to use my dedicated server (hosted in a datacenter) without any fee:

Germany::http://82.165.39.91:9332::0.0%::BTC::roomservice::roomservice

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March 11, 2012, 06:23:53 PM
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Here's one in the UK I run on a Linode VPS hosted in London.
It's quite a good idea to provide such a list. People should ping these nodes and find out the ones nearest to them (low pings -> less stales).

London::UK::109.74.195.142:9332::0.5%::BTC::Gyver's p2pool::Gyver

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http://bitcoinp2pool.zapto.org

Code:
Canada::Montreal::http://bitcoinp2pool.zapto.org:9332::0.25%::BTC


http://litecoinp2pool.zapto.org
Code:
Canada::Montreal::http://litecoinp2pool.zapto.org:9327::0.25%::LTC
Start minerd:
Code:
minerd --url http://litecoinp2pool.zapto.org:9327 --userpass YourLiteCoinAddress:0

Connect with your address as username and use any password.
Feel free to PM me if you have any problem. I won't take any fee for the first week  Smiley
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California :: USA :: http://p2pool.stitthappens.com:8336/ :: 0.5% :: BTC and NMC :: StittHappens :: Red Emerald

If anyone has a good way of figuring out payments on the merged chain, let me know.

I'm also mining litecoin at http://p2pool.stitthappens.com:10336/

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http://bitcoinp2pool.zapto.org

Connect with your address as username and use any password.
Feel free to PM me if you have any problem. I won't take any fee for the first week  Smiley

Pointing 240kH/s your way (litecoin). Averaging 12% stale
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March 12, 2012, 01:51:13 AM
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Maybe it's me. I will check my settings and come back after some more testing.

Fixed the previous problem (dunno how, but I did).

Edit:


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Ouch, 16% stale. Should the stale count be similar to actual p2pool, or should be be like regular mining?
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March 12, 2012, 01:55:56 AM
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Nice! I appreciate that you joined my pool. And made the counter explode!

The way stale share work with p2pool is different but I am still too much noobs to tell you the difference. I understood that it as less impact that with regular pool.
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I'm working on adding some scripts and hopefully a better looking page for my sub-pool.

http://dev.tactical-gameservers.com/bitcoin/p2pool.php?do=shares&address=184nWxdeTMAzDsNdSecTFdsyC571i2NK1t

To see the shares submitted to my pool, change the address you use to connect.

http://dev.tactical-gameservers.com/bitcoin/p2pool.php?do=uptime

Shows how long the pool has been up.


I've got some php->image scripts I'll be using later for users signatures, but for now...these are some scripts to use.

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http://bitcoinp2pool.zapto.org


Connect with your address as username and use any password.
Feel free to PM me if you have any problem. I won't take any fee for the first week  Smiley

For now I cannot mine, as reapers longpolling is broken for me (That's what is causing all the stales). Once its fixed I'll point my gpu back at you! I'll leave my cpu pointed at you though (20kh/s).
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March 12, 2012, 05:37:45 AM
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Alright! Let's mine those coin!

Ouch, 16% stale. Should the stale count be similar to actual p2pool, or should be be like regular mining?

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P2Pool stales don't work the same way as stales on centralized pools. On a centralized pool a stale is work which is too old to be accepted by the pool's Bitcoin node; this kind of stale is very rare in P2Pool because each user runs their own local bitcoind.

On P2Pool stales refer to shares which can't make it into the sharechain. Because the sharechain is 60 times faster than the Bitcoin chain many stales are common and expected. However, because the payout is PPLNS only your stale rate relative to other nodes is relevant; the absolute rate is not.

There are two reported kinds of stales in P2Pool: "DEAD ON ARRIVAL" shares and orphan shares. Dead shares were too old by the time they arrived at your local P2Pool. Very high dead rates can indicate miner misconfiguration. Orphan shares are shares which were not extended by the rest of the P2Pool network, because some other miner's share was accepted first. Very high orphan rates may indicate network connectivity problems.

From the P2Pool wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool
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Alright! Let's mine those coin!

Ouch, 16% stale. Should the stale count be similar to actual p2pool, or should be be like regular mining?

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Stales
P2Pool stales don't work the same way as stales on centralized pools. On a centralized pool a stale is work which is too old to be accepted by the pool's Bitcoin node; this kind of stale is very rare in P2Pool because each user runs their own local bitcoind.

On P2Pool stales refer to shares which can't make it into the sharechain. Because the sharechain is 60 times faster than the Bitcoin chain many stales are common and expected. However, because the payout is PPLNS only your stale rate relative to other nodes is relevant; the absolute rate is not.

There are two reported kinds of stales in P2Pool: "DEAD ON ARRIVAL" shares and orphan shares. Dead shares were too old by the time they arrived at your local P2Pool. Very high dead rates can indicate miner misconfiguration. Orphan shares are shares which were not extended by the rest of the P2Pool network, because some other miner's share was accepted first. Very high orphan rates may indicate network connectivity problems.

From the P2Pool wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/P2Pool

I know, what I was asking is if I should have high stales if I am pointing my miner at a node. My CPU Miner only has 1.75% stale, so I know that reapersv13's broken longpolling was causing all the stales. Once mtrlt fixes it I'll point my gpu back to you.
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