Logging Stack Traces
By default, we set the Logging output to use a
JsonFormatter. This makes the log output a bit cleaner, but has the trade-off of not showing you a full stack trace. You just get the exception messages.
If you need to get the full stack trace, update your
config/logging.php file and adjust the
stderr channel to include a
'stderr' => [ 'driver' => 'monolog', 'level' => env('LOG_LEVEL', 'debug'), 'handler' => StreamHandler::class, 'formatter' => env('LOG_STDERR_FORMATTER'), // JsonFormatter 'formatter_with' => [ 'includeStacktraces' => true, ], 'with' => [ 'stream' => 'php://stderr', ], ],
This will show you the full stack trace of logged errors when you next deploy.