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September 07, 2012, 03:49:32 AM
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Do we need to re-register merged mining addresses?
I had to so I assume everybody has to. Check under current miners -> your address -> merged mining blocks and look for an address. If it's not there, then you have to.

Looks like the pool is sending out difficulty 2 pseudo-shares. Sweet. Smiley

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September 07, 2012, 07:52:22 AM
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Do we need to re-register merged mining addresses?

Eroxors,

Yeah you do.. Sad... Since this is a fresh DB and what not, everybody does.

Anyways guys, I finally got port 80 mining to work! DNS still has to propagate around the net but once it's done you can point your minerd AND your bitcoin miner of choice to http://pool.p2pmining.com/. I just spent the past hour trying to figure it out with Wireshark on my home network. Turns out litecoin p2pool doesn't use HTTP POST /long-polling like the bitcoin side of things does. Instead it uses HTTP POST / and that's the filter. I'll have the thread updated by Jaycoin in the next couple days so it gets time to propagate around for you guys.

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September 07, 2012, 08:06:06 AM
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I'm glad you're back, so am I:)

Good luck everybody!

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September 07, 2012, 04:40:52 PM
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Alrighty guys and girls! http://pool.p2pmining.com apparently has already propagated around most of the internet. If you get a DNS error, you can switch your primary DNS server to 8.8.8.8 (Google DNS) and then connect.

This system handles both Litecoin miners AND Bitcoin miners through a filter based on certain criterion to forward the request onto the appropriate main port.


If you get ANY issues with this system, PLEASE PM ME! I only tested minerd 2.2.2 and cgminer 2.6.4 on this server but i doubt that there will be any issues.
This system can be used even if you don't have a strict firewall blocking random ports like the litecoin and bitcoin ports.

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September 07, 2012, 08:34:55 PM
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Great to see it back up! I never changed my cgminer config since the hack happened (just had direct p2pool mining as failover) so it just recently automatically switched back at some point. Smiley

I noticed a couple of random small payments from p2mining that I received. If I recall correctly, it seemed there was a certain point (.50 BTC?) where the payouts would come, but these are in much smaller amounts. Just curious what those are from—donations or subsidies? My memory is a bit rusty now.

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September 07, 2012, 09:14:56 PM
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Great to see it back up! I never changed my cgminer config since the hack happened (just had direct p2pool mining as failover) so it just recently automatically switched back at some point. Smiley

I noticed a couple of random small payments from p2mining that I received. If I recall correctly, it seemed there was a certain point (.50 BTC?) where the payouts would come, but these are in much smaller amounts. Just curious what those are from—donations or subsidies? My memory is a bit rusty now.

TravisE,

Can you provide me with the TXIDs of the payments? I'll try to look it up on this end. Also, when did you receive these payments? If it was before Sept 6th at 8PM CST, it was probably your miner found us online during the testing phase. Since then, we've cleaned out the wallets and paid people who were owed the BTC/MM rewards and whatnot. That might be why. But again, Throw us a link with the TXIDs and I'll try to look it up.

EDIT: As a side note, when we paid out rewards and what not, we created new wallets afterwards and truncated the db tables. So if it was before that date, I'd have no record of it.

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September 07, 2012, 09:24:46 PM
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Ah, that could be it since both of these appear to have been Sept. 5. Transaction IDs I have are:
0e551b4056440e2b5f64ca000b8deb504a1757793eba3fab65f1ac0199ddae6e
20ce4179ef85ae1ce4504b90a5a7a3ef644673bfe2624a74c747d34f8313bffc

BTC: 12kqUSiGPFVYVqYZAT6r2EeTxZstFJE35j
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September 07, 2012, 11:37:27 PM
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Ah, that could be it since both of these appear to have been Sept. 5. Transaction IDs I have are:
0e551b4056440e2b5f64ca000b8deb504a1757793eba3fab65f1ac0199ddae6e
20ce4179ef85ae1ce4504b90a5a7a3ef644673bfe2624a74c747d34f8313bffc

Yes, I dropped the minimum for payout to 0 so anyone who mined bitcoin during testing would get paid before I started the new wallets.

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September 08, 2012, 12:18:14 AM
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P2Pmining.com found BLOCK 197723  Grin

From p2pool log file:

2012-09-07 11:09:59.727664 GOT BLOCK FROM MINER! Passing to bitcoind! http://blockexplorer/block/000000000000055c0dd63dc81887dea12385173d9bbe97f7b5cb109b9357396c


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September 08, 2012, 12:21:58 AM
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P2Pmining.com found BLOCK 197723  Grin

From p2pool log file:

2012-09-07 11:09:59.727664 GOT BLOCK FROM MINER! Passing to bitcoind! http://blockexplorer/block/000000000000055c0dd63dc81887dea12385173d9bbe97f7b5cb109b9357396c
Nice. I noticed the pool reward was quite a bit higher for that block after only 7 minutes and kinda figured that's what happened. Smiley

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September 08, 2012, 01:05:19 AM
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ATTENTION ATTENTION

~NEW PAYOUT MINIMUMS~

Bitcoin = 0.5
Namecoin = 1
ixcoin = 10
i0colin = 10
Devcoin = 100
Litecoin = 1


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September 08, 2012, 03:27:39 AM
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Jaycoin,

Some feature suggestions for you since I know nothing about php coding: Merged Mining Unpaid Rewards data for miner pages and an extra field on the blocks with a cron job to check for orphan blocks and mark them as such on the website or remove the orphan blocks from view.

Just throwing some ideas out there.

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September 08, 2012, 03:42:06 AM
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First, thanks for getting the pool back up! This is awesome.

Second, any idea why bamt mines on this pool for a little while then kicks out to a backup? I'm not having a problem with my windows boxes, just BAMT. Also, would it be possible, some time down the road, to put a character or something at the end of our payout address so that we could identify individual machines? So, I could see when a machine is down, basically.

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September 08, 2012, 03:48:55 AM
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First, thanks for getting the pool back up! This is awesome.

Second, any idea why bamt mines on this pool for a little while then kicks out to a backup? I'm not having a problem with my windows boxes, just BAMT. Also, would it be possible, some time down the road, to put a character or something at the end of our payout address so that we could identify individual machines? So, I could see when a machine is down, basically.

eroxors,

What specific GPU miner do you use under BAMT?

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September 08, 2012, 03:57:27 AM
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First, thanks for getting the pool back up! This is awesome.

Second, any idea why bamt mines on this pool for a little while then kicks out to a backup? I'm not having a problem with my windows boxes, just BAMT. Also, would it be possible, some time down the road, to put a character or something at the end of our payout address so that we could identify individual machines? So, I could see when a machine is down, basically.

eroxors,

What specific GPU miner do you use under BAMT?

Veddy

Default... I think Phoenix 2?

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September 08, 2012, 05:23:34 AM
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First, thanks for getting the pool back up! This is awesome.

Second, any idea why bamt mines on this pool for a little while then kicks out to a backup? I'm not having a problem with my windows boxes, just BAMT. Also, would it be possible, some time down the road, to put a character or something at the end of our payout address so that we could identify individual machines? So, I could see when a machine is down, basically.

eroxors,

What specific GPU miner do you use under BAMT?

Veddy

Default... I think Phoenix 2?
Not sure honestly... Have you tried running cgminer to see if it's phoenix 2? Also, it could be server-side as i made an oops in the haproxy config file for port 80 redirection... if you're not using that, then disregard.

To Everyone who was mining litecoins: You will prolly notice an rpc_call_failure in minerd's logs. This is due to me having to edit the LTC p2pool instance's python code for long-polling to be under a different name so that haproxy would properly forward port 80 at http://pool.p2pmining.com/ to the right instance. I sincerely apologize for not noticing it sooner.

Thanks for the heads up, JayCoin. Cheesy

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September 08, 2012, 06:52:41 AM
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To Everyone who was mining litecoins: You will prolly notice an rpc_call_failure in minerd's logs. This is due to me having to edit the LTC p2pool instance's python code for long-polling to be under a different name so that haproxy would properly forward port 80 at http://pool.p2pmining.com/ to the right instance. I sincerely apologize for not noticing it sooner.

Thanks for the heads up, JayCoin. Cheesy

Veddy

UPDATE: To mine LITECOINS on port 80, use http://ltc.p2pmining.com/. Apparently what played nice for me last night isn't playing nice anymore. DNS may take some time to propagate around the internet. Until then, sit tight and if you can, use the default http://p2pmining.com:9327 to mine litecoins.

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September 08, 2012, 01:06:39 PM
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Ah, that could be it since both of these appear to have been Sept. 5. Transaction IDs I have are:
0e551b4056440e2b5f64ca000b8deb504a1757793eba3fab65f1ac0199ddae6e
20ce4179ef85ae1ce4504b90a5a7a3ef644673bfe2624a74c747d34f8313bffc

Yes, I dropped the minimum for payout to 0 so anyone who mined bitcoin during testing would get paid before I started the new wallets.

Neat. I never guessed I would have participated in testing without even knowing it. Grin

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September 08, 2012, 03:44:39 PM
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First, thanks for getting the pool back up! This is awesome.

Second, any idea why bamt mines on this pool for a little while then kicks out to a backup? I'm not having a problem with my windows boxes, just BAMT. Also, would it be possible, some time down the road, to put a character or something at the end of our payout address so that we could identify individual machines? So, I could see when a machine is down, basically.

eroxors,

What specific GPU miner do you use under BAMT?

Veddy

Default... I think Phoenix 2?
Not sure honestly... Have you tried running cgminer to see if it's phoenix 2? Also, it could be server-side as i made an oops in the haproxy config file for port 80 redirection... if you're not using that, then disregard.

To Everyone who was mining litecoins: You will prolly notice an rpc_call_failure in minerd's logs. This is due to me having to edit the LTC p2pool instance's python code for long-polling to be under a different name so that haproxy would properly forward port 80 at http://pool.p2pmining.com/ to the right instance. I sincerely apologize for not noticing it sooner.

Thanks for the heads up, JayCoin. Cheesy

Veddy

It was the same on the old server. Not a huge deal but I'll try cgminer on bamt and see if it works. It does work if p2mining is the only pool, however.

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September 08, 2012, 11:36:40 PM
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eroxors: If it does work then it's something with phoenix 2... But either way, I would post at least a 24 hour notice if i needed to restart the server (unless it was an immediate security threat) and that would take maybe 5-10 minutes to do.

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