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Scheduled Maintenance, Monday November 4th 10:00pm – 10:15pm EST

We’re making some database changes to Harvest. To make sure we don’t timeout any critical tasks, we are planning on taking Harvest offline November 4th 10:00pm – 10:15pm EST while we perform these changes. What time is that for you?

Thank you for your support. We will keep our progress up to date on @harvest and HarvestStatus.

UPDATE: Maintenance has now been completed successfully at 10:20 PM EST. Everything is operating normally again. If you experience any problems, try clearing your web browser’s cache and reloading the page you’re on.  If you need assistance with this, or with anything else, please drop us a line at Thank you!

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  • I’m assuming this means that if we are logged in and have a timer going before that (AND STAY ON THE TIMER DURING YOUR UPDATE) that it will NOT be recorded, correct?

  • Dear Harvest Folks,

    As a feedback, it would be nice to explain to your customers (not that it bothers me personally that much) what will happen to running timers during this window and when you go back live after the maintenance.

    Cheers, keep up the great work!

  • Hey Kevin and Oleg, great question. Running timers will continue running during the maintenance window.

  • Aaron Geiser on October 31, 2013

    Yes – also curious about time entered via the API during this period.


  • Aaron, the API will also be unavailable during this maintenance window.

  • Thanks for the clear communication and the link to the timezone converter. I feel very well informed :)
    Keep up the good work, loving your product!

  • It would be great to know a bit more about any upgrades that are being put in during these windows. Perhaps I miss them, but every now and again, I will go looking for information about the maintenance window, only to find no details at all. If there are no major new features, just something about what is being done is better than saying nothing at all.

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