My 3 cents on the box office performance of Solo is that to Disney, it is irrelevant. I think Disney/LFL wrote it off as soon as they realized they had to bring in Ron Howard, and budget overages accrued. It is a spin off-side quest film, after all. Disney sees any profit of these as gravy. As Tank says, this film at this point was more about keeping Star Wars in the spot light.
People thinking this will put an end to the perceived SJW stuff (I am not arguing for or against, and really don't want to participate in that conversation....but this is an issue for some fans), or that Disney\LFL will change anything, or that Kathleen Kennedy will be replaced because of Solo, can dream on. If anything, that will all be double-downed on. The fact Solo is sort of flopping and not making as much money as desired is obviously not good, but far from a deal breaker. And really, the movie as a movie, it is OK. As a Star Wars film, it is meh, but it is NOT a complete failure or a total turd like many expected.
Now if Episode 9 under performs, that will be taken more seriously by Disney, but I still doubt it will change much.