Hello folks having issues this is what I just did and now walla I have 7/30 data. And I notice that my manual 7/29 day summary data has been overwritten with 5 minute intervals since 9:25am only for that day. What I did whether or not a concidence that suddenly the 2 days of data came to me in this order not for any reason.
1–in settings, I edited each of the systems defined and just saved without any changes
2–on the settings panel itself upon first entering I did save with no changes
Suddenly the 7/30 data showed to current time in the day summary with its 5 minute intervals in details of that day. Then I noticed that 7/29 was reloaded to but the start time is as of 9:25am so something must have gone wrong on Wednesday morning causing this. I at first entered my own summary day for 7/29 at night by end of day knowing no 5 minute intervals would not be shown since PVO did not recover. With the reload as it seems by PVO, I have to edit the total for the day to represent the true value which it does not since the pre 9:25am NYTIME intervals are missing. You can go to Enphase site if you have sign in and custom query for 7/29 the days production total to set the PVO total to what it should be at least for 7/29.
Is this a conincidence because of my edit saves or maybe Bloke was fixing something just as I did the saves? I don’t know and maybe he can chime in. If he did nothing then there is a bug it seems in PVO to suddenly stop showing at least on the web site for some of our east coast USA systems. I say showing because not even 5 minutes went by for PVO to go through the Enphase API to get any data which to me means PVO had the data but was not displaying it properly for some reason during my viewing.
Other observation, though 7/30 now has entries the PVLADDER still shows LAST SEEN of yesterday…but maybe this is a batch process that eventually catches up Bloke has in place.
Solar production life is good again for this system in NY USA. Meanwhile LIVE OUTPUTS view shows it active as of minutes ago.
My Daily View of both days