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  1. ngkp

    p2pool memory leak

    Wouldn't the shares from the other p2pools cause it to go back to a high-usage state? [Edit]: What if there was a way to block a user after they submit a bad share (thats higher than target), for at least 30 seconds?
  2. ngkp

    p2pool memory leak

    That would explain why my p2pool kept crashing for no reason.
  3. ngkp

    DARK FOR SILKROAD?

    +1
  4. ngkp

    Current P2pool software

    My guess is to help protect against attacks (floods, etc) with basic usage most people only need ~200 connections at once, but that's why they are changeable (on most OS's).
  5. ngkp

    Current P2pool software

    http://posidev.com/blog/2009/06/04/set-ulimit-parameters-on-ubuntu/
  6. ngkp

    Current P2pool software

    I've been having crashing issues as well, but it seems to just be an issue with the coin daemon talking to the p2pool.
  7. ngkp

    P2Pool [ANN][P2Pool] DarkcoinP2Pool.com is ALIVE! [Worldwide Locations]

    It seems your p2pool's are missing some global p2pool hashrates. Try adding a node that's connected into the network to help bootstrap the rest. --p2pool-node drk.p2pmine.com:8999
  8. ngkp

    50% of the network!

    http://drk.p2pmine.com:7903/ is at the latest. --p2pool-node drk.p2pmine.com:8999 It's possible there are other nodes or the ports have changed. http://p2pmine.com/nodes.php has a list of all our p2pool nodes.
  9. ngkp

    MPOS DarkcoinTalk.org Pool?

    Blocks are starting to be found (not sure why it took so long), but I'm seeing them at http://drk.p2pmine.com:7903/
  10. ngkp

    Pool List

    Can you add our p2pool to the list? http://drk.p2pmine.com:7903/ Fee: 0.5% Also, you should add http://p2pools.org/drk .