Last night, I let them run as I usually do, but when I woke up in the morning, things were in disarray. One miner was still disconnected (and had been trying to reconnect unsuccessfully for about an hour), while the other 2 were running. I thought that the one rig had crashed, but looking over my Flypool share data lead me to instead suspect that my internet had given out at some point (when shares go to 0) and that 2 miners had reconnected while the third simply failed to do so.
When I looked at share production following the break, it was almost exactly half of what it had been previously. I thought nothing of it at the time (suspecting it was likely just a residual effect of the Internet disconnect, despite the fact that published sol rates were the same).
However, after restarting all miners (full shutdowns and reboots), I feel as though my share production is still severely reduced. Again, EWBF/Flypool hash rates appear to be correct (and consistent with previous readings)…but whereas I averaged maybe 6-12 shares per PEC readout, 2-5 is now more common.
Has anyone had a similar problem before? I’ll be posting another share readout after 24 hours for confirmation. Hoping for the best here.