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This page announces scheduled maintenance periods and tracks unexpected system downtime for faculty who need to confirm student access.
There are no confirmed downtimes or issues.
The Webcourses@UCF chat tool will be unavailable today from 5:00PM to 7:00PM. The rest of Webcourses@UCF will be unaffected.
A small percentage of users experienced slow load times and intermittent downtime in Webcourses@UCF. This issue lasted from ~8:45AM until ~9:15AM. All users are now able to use Webcourses@UCF as normal.
Webcourses@UCF was slow and in some cases completely unresponsive for a brief period between 12:40 and 12:55 AM on 8/14/14.
Webcourses@UCF was inaccessible to some users on Friday, May 16, 2014 at the following times:
Webcourses@UCF was inaccessible to some users on Monday, April 14, 2014 from approximately 7:35PM to 7:50PM.
There is a scheduled maintenance window between 6am and 11:30am on Sunday April 6th. During that time, the following systems/services may become temporarily unavailable:
• myUCF Portal
Thank you for your patience while this necessary maintenance is performed.
Crocodoc, the tool that allows teacher and peers make annotations on assignment submissions in Webcourses@UCF, is currently down. This issue is being addressed and a resolution is expected shortly. In the meantime, instructors can view file submissions by downloading them but will be unable to make or view on-document annotations until this issue is resolved.
Webcourses@UCF will undergo a 15 minute maintenance at 2:00 AM on Sunday morning (3/23) to make needed adjustments. Thank you for your understanding while we conduct this necessary downtime.
The following systems will be placed into maintenance mode from 6:00PM to 9:00PM on Wednesday 3/5:
Access to those services may be intermittent at that time.
The Webcourses@UCF login service was down from approximately 9:00PM on the night of 2/18/14. The issue was resolved by 1:00AM on 2/19/14. User who were already logged in to Webcourses@UCF were not affected, but users would have been unable to log in between those times.