There appears to be yet another crawl status report data gap again.
This is something that has occurred on many occasions. Although this is a common glitch, it usually resolves itself over a few days’ period of time.
It’s probably not missing data – it’s most likely something where Google needs to catch up on the Search Console data gap end of things.
What Has Google Said In the Past?
One of the previous times this has happened was on November 25, 2021:
It looks like a bug on our side (it's just a reporting issue, not related to anything else). The SC folks are working on it.
— 🦙 johnmu.xml (personal) 🦙 (@JohnMu) November 25, 2021
And again in February of 2022:
If there's a gap in the graph like this, it's due to not having a datapoint for that time. If the graph went down to 0 during that time (no gap), that would be due to not crawling. So in short, you can ignore these gaps — they're not a sign of a problem on your end.
— 🦙 johnmu.xml (personal) 🦙 (@JohnMu) February 16, 2022
Even though it’s a regular occurrence, Google explains that it is only because they don’t have a datapoint for that particular time.
If the graph were to go down to 0 during that time (no gap), that would be due to Google not crawling.
It’s okay to ignore these gaps – they are not a sign of any problem on your end.