[LINUX] Commands that were important when building the Laravel environment in the Apache environment (Note)

I made settings around API authentication of Laravel under Apach environment

・ Installation of Passport


conposer require laravel/passport

・ Register Passport with Laravel


'providers' => [

-Key generation and record insertion


php artisan passport:install

· Roll back all database migrations first, then run the migrate command


php artisan migration:reflesh

・ Execution of seed


php artisan db:seed

-Generation of "Personal Access Client"


php artisan passport:client --personal

->Enter the client name

Frequently visited directories

-If you do not change the ownership of this directory to the owner of the Laravel app, you will get a "Service Unavailable" error.


$ ls -l /run/php-fpm/www.sock #Confirmation of authority
$ chown www:www /run/php-fpm/www.sock  #Change permissions

・ I want to see the error log of the Laravel environment! Here you can see the cause of the alternative error (maybe)


#In the app's root directory
$ vi storage/logs/laravel

・ I often confirmed errors in the Apache environment here.


$ cd /
$ vi /var/log/httpd/error_log

Reference site


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