Mining stratum for Komodo and Komodo assetchains.
- node v10+
- Redis (see https://redis.io/topics/quickstart for details)
Differences between this and Z-NOMP
- This is meant for Komodo mining
- Founders, Treasury, and other ZEC/ZEN specific stuff is removed
- Please be sure to backup your
./pool_configsdirectory before upgrading
Some initial setup
# The following packages are needed to build both Komodo and this stratum: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install build-essential pkg-config libc6-dev m4 g++-multilib autoconf libtool ncurses-dev unzip git python python-zmq zlib1g-dev wget libcurl4-openssl-dev bsdmainutils automake curl libboost-dev libboost-system-dev libsodium-dev jq redis-server -y
Now, let's build Komodo
git clone https://github.com/jl777/komodo -b dev cd komodo zcutil/fetch-params.sh zcutil/build.sh -j8 strip src/komodod strip src/komodo-cli
Now, let's run the assets.
- This will start ALL of the assets might take a day or so to sync, depending on system speed/network connection.
cd ~/komodo/src ./assetchains
Once all these chains have synced up we can configure the stratum.
We need node and npm installed
cd ~ curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_10.x | sudo -E bash -
Now, let's build our stratum and run it (this stage assumes you already have Redis properly installed and running) This will install the stratum and configure it for all the assetchains on your system automatically. It must be run from the same user as the coin deamons were launched, as it pulls the rpcuser/pass from the conf file in the home directory.
git clone https://github.com/webworker01/knomp cd knomp ./gencfg.sh npm install cp config_example.json config.json (and configure it) npm start
Invalid Worker Addresses
You can add an option to your pool_config to have any miners that mine with an invalid address (if they somehow get through) to pay out to an address of your choosing
Full Z Transaction Support
This is an option to force miners to use a Z address as their username for payouts
In your coins file add:
"privateChain": true, "burnFees": true
Edit: The following should be resolved and may be unneccesary now
For the moment a different dependency is required, in package.json change the last dependency to:
Do this before running
npm install above or stop your running instance and run
npm start again after making this change.
Forked from ComputerGenie repo (deleted)
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