it should take 288 hours for the online score to drop anywhere even close to that…
and shouldn’t be able to happen instantly afaik.
i would start by checking your logs, see if the storagenode is actually working, this could be a sign of something else being wrong rather than the internet connection being bad.
post some of the logs so we can review it, but if this is an internet issue the details in the logs about it won’t tell us much… but it’s a good place to start as your numbers are very weird afaik
so we want to make sure there isn’t anything really bad going on.
what system are you on?
maybe running a successrate.sh or something like grep looking for errors, can’t remember where the storagenode default log location is tho… and this is only applicable on linux i think.
but check your logs and post some of it especially areas with errors if there are some…
incase you are using docker you can export the log with something like this
docker logs --since "$(date -d "$date -1 days" +"%Y-%m-%d")" --until "$(date +"%Y-%m-%d")" storagenode >& /tmp"$(date -d "$date -1 days" +"%Y-%m-%d")"-storagenode.log
the log file will be placed in /tmp and if for the last full day, might want to process more if it,
then you simply remove the --since and --until parts but leave
storagenode >& /tmp"$(date -d “$date -1 days” +"%Y-%m-%d")"-storagenode.log
maybe call it something else like
“$(date -d “$date -1 days” +”%Y-%m-%d")"-storagenode-full.log
so it doesn’t overwrite the previous one … ofc only relevant if you are using docker…