# Maintenance


A Wolff project can enter into maintenance mode quite easily.

The constant maintenance_on defined in the system/config.php file indicates if the project is under maintenance or not, just change its value to true if you want to activate it.

When under maintenance, the function defined with the set method will be executed if the client IP address isn't in the white list, and its access to the web app will be blocked.

Is enabled

isEnabled(): bool

Returns true if the maintenance mode is enabled, false otherwise.


Set status

setStatus([bool $enabled]): void

Sets the status of the maintenance mode. true to enable it, false to disable it.



set(\Closure $func): void

Defines the function that will be executed under maintenance mode.

The function parameter must take two parameters which are the request object and the response object (instance of Wolff\Core\Http\Request and Wolff\Core\Http\Response).

Maintenance::set(function($req, $res) {
    $res->write('Sorry, under maintenance :(. Come back later');

White list

A white list is the one that defines which IP addresses will still have access to the web app when it's under maintenance.

Set IPs white list

setIPs(iterable $ips): void

Sets the IPs whitelist.

The given parameter must be an iterable (meaning it can be an array or an object implementing the Traversable interface).


Now the IPs and ::1 will have access even on maintenance mode.

Delete white list IP

removeIP(string $ip): void

Deletes the given IP address from the white list.


Get IP white list

getIPs(): array

Returns all the IP address in the white list.


This method returns the IP list as an indexed array.

Client has access

hasAccess(): bool

Returns true if the current client IP address is in the white list, false otherwise.

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