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This a step by step guide on how to setup your own crypto-currency mining pool. Please refer to the new guide if you want to setup your own mining pool. This guide will still exist and serve as a legacy guide for reference. All things in this guide still work, however MPOS and NOMP are out-dated. I have ran large mining pool operations, and have helped out at several other operations. I am creating this guide because I feel like more people should have the ability to run their own pool, whether it be for their own miners or just out of curiosity to understand how it all works. Running your own mining pool that other miners other then yourself will use is not an easy undertaking, and requires extensive systems administration experience as well as a large budget, patience, troubleshooting skills, and a solid knowledge of how crypto-currencies work.
I will only be going over basic security, such as firewall setup. This is meant to setup a mining pool for a SINGLE CRYPTO CURRENCY. This is not a guide for a Multipool! You can also host a virtual machine on your own PC if you want to at no cost, just google it. This guide will probably take you a long time, especially if you are new to Linux.
I highly suggest you be patient, and take it one step at a time. It is not very hard though to change algorithms, maybe I will add to the guide at a later date. This guide is meant for novices, things like webmin and phpmyadmin are not required and only useful to novices. If you are an experienced sys admin you should be able to adapt and figure out ways around that. If you have the ability to snapshot your VPS, then I suggest you do that everytime you complete a step. It will save you a lot of time if you make a mistake. At this point you should have your VPS started, putty up and running and your logged in as root.
By default there is no swap setup on my Vultr vps, it is required especially on a system with limited memory. I am setting up a 4GB swap, which may be overkill but it’s the most common swap sized used in most guides so ill keep it at that. Now let’s add it into fstab so it’ll activate at boot. Add the following line at the end of the file. X to exit the nano editor.
Now your swap is setup, you can modify the size in the future if you need more or less. There is literally 100’s or even 1000’s of guides on that topic. It’s very powerful and feature packed, and it’s free. It’s great for linux beginners as well. Keep in mind that Webmin is not officially supported under Ubuntu, the things we do in this guide will work but I can’t guarantee that everything in Webmin will work if you use it for other things. Webmin should now be installed, now let’s see if it works. You may get an SSL error, which is common since we have not setup a cert.
If any updates pop up in webmin, then go ahead and install those updates. You then will be asked to configure a database, hit ok and then put in the password you setup with MySQL earlier. Now we need to add phpmyadmin to Apache. Login to make sure everything is good. Once you login you will see 3 or 4 default databases on the left hand side. You are good to go. Log back into phpmyadmin and the mcrypt error should be gone.
This part of the guide is completely optional, but HIGHLY recommended before you move on to the mining pool setup. I have separated it from this guide, in case you want to do it later on. First let’s download some of the pool software on your PC. Extract that somewhere on your PC that you can easily access. Let’s create a user for your mining pool. Login to ssh using putty as root. You’ll be prompted for a password, please use a password that is different from your root password.
The other info it asks for you can either fill out or just leave blank and hit enter. Now let’s give that new user sudo access. Using the password you setup earlier, login as root. I like to name it after the coin I am setting up a pool for. You can use your own password, but I prefer the generated password since it is very strong. Just remember to write it down somewhere. You should get a success message.