Who is interested to run his own Pool ?
is there anyone here who wants to run his own pool?
The problem is that the building process of the ninja, burst-team, .eu and biz pool is a nightmare and not easy to distribute
but urays pool code is out there and running: e.g. pool.burstcoin.it and pool.burstcoin.de . -> https://github.com/uraymeiviar/burst-pool
I wish the admins of the IT and DE pool could document the setup of the pool a little bit so other people can jump in.
I asked 2 people but get no answer about setting up a pool. So I going to fiddle around with https://github.com/uraymeiviar/burst-pool and see if I get it to work. If successful will publish the mining address.
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@JohnathanMoura That cool all the info would be appreciated!
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Here is the link guys: https://forums.burst-team.us/topic/878/how-to-run-your-own-pool-uray-s-pool
I am interested in running a pool. And on the plus side I can program. Lets see if I can figure it out.
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@caligiuri uray's code have a bug at showing payout (Recent Payments), need to fix it
@Blago I'll look into it tomorrow morning when I start working on the pool.
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@luxe all commits - cosmetic changes
I wouldn't mind running one, but would have to learn the software etc. I have access to a virtual environment that I could throw it up pretty quickly. Also have a decent VPS that could probably handle it (linux)
I've been looking into the code a little and set up the pool on my own computer, and connected to it from one of my miners, but it was giving weird deadlines. So I will have to continue working on it. I saw that I can rent a server from 1&1 for 10 bucks a month which runs windows server.
I am still interested, just need to figure things out more.
Well, I have a pool running however I don't have any miners on it yet. I am going to add my laptop to it, however I dont have space on it really (plotting 10 gigs as we speak)
If I could get a couple of people to check it out and let me know, here is the address (no domain name, yet)
Its basically straight out of the box, but it gives me something to learn and play with, and help spread the burst love!
Let me know if you try to connect and how it goes.
Well I took it down for the night. I was getting a lot of weird deadlines and strangeness. Here is a screen shot:
I got a pool locally running and seem to be doing ok with one miner. My problem is my ISP hasnt changed my ipv4 address yet. So cant access from the outside.
Another problem is web designing. I need to fix some stuff so learning on the fly. Rome wasnt build in a day.
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Did you guys was able to set this up?
I have tested myself as well. I did not have any issue to connect my miner from the same network, however, from outside of my network the pool page was simply not loading data.
When I inspected what happening I have seen the following ajax error:
cors header 'access-control-allow-origin' missing
No issue when I load the pool url locally on the same server.
I have done port forwardings: Port 80, 4443 and 8124 but still the same.
I have also modified the hosts file to make sure locally all resolve to 127.0.0.1
Does anyone know what to change in any of that JS file to make that work?
@Jumper I forgot about this post wish I would of updated. The problem was my ip was stacked meaning it was behind a Nat. I contacted them and for a small fee they gave me a dynamic address. So no I use NOIP and all works well. This German ISP wanted me to try with IPv6
but couldnt figure out how I could host a website and anyone could access.
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Thanks for the quick response.
I have a domain called Dogeserver.net, which for sure host a website on port 80. I am hosting this at home, so I have the port forwarding set to my local IP
I am using a service similar to noip.org to pint the domain to my internet IP so all this setup correctly.
For the miner, since I am already using port 80 on my network, I set port 8081 to be forwarded to my burstpool server on port 80
If you try dogeserver.net:8081 you should see a page, and as an example in crom you right click and go to inspect, then console tab, you would see all these errors.
So somehow in the script I need to allow Access-Control-Allow-Origin
@Jumper Are you running a wallet?
@tross Mine looks like that before wallet server is started!