Okay now i am probably mixing things.
I don't see the server restart in that log.
What does the following lines from my logs mean:
0 02:27:54.852 RAM: 174 Mb reserved, 189 Mb committed0 03:21:51.150 Connect: 184.108.40.206:4430 03:21:51.369 '51510': login on VantageFX-Live 2 through DC6 - London (ping: 2.10 ms)0 03:21:51.431 Connect: 220.127.116.11:4430 03:21:51.447 '51510': login datacenter on VantageFX-Live 2 through DC6 - London (ping: 2.10 ms)0 03:21:51.447 '51510': previous successful authorization performed from 18.104.22.168
There is a gap and then a login message.
Nop, that's normal.
That could be caused by a million things that we don't know about, such as manual intervention, loss of connection, lack of VPS, computer/server restart and many more.
As long as we don't know the whole story from both sides (and I mean 100%) we couldn't tell the reason.
If it doesn't become clear from the logs then there isn't a reason going to be found from that information.
At this point you could contact your broker.
Also, there can still be manual intervention even when an EA is trading.
And also there can be manual intervention on both sides of the connection so please check the other side.
You know the whole story from your side, but you don't know all the details from the subscriber's side.
Signal subscribers often do small/minor interventions that they don't understand but they affect signal copying.
If that happened to 3 subscribers at the same time, then the cause is at your side, but the log file doesn't reveal anything about it.
We can't help from here.