Laravel package for testing or troublshooting various subsystems

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System Test for Laravel

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This package provides a number of console commands to test various subsystems (email, logging, notifications, etc) of a Laravel system in production. It is primarily intended for troubleshooting issues on a newly deployed application or if you've moved to a new server - identifying permissions errors and such.

By Simon Hampel


To install using composer, run the following command:

composer require hampel/systemtest


Once installed, new artisan console commands will become available:


Ensure that mail has been configured and then run the test:mail console command with a destination email address as the parameter.

artisan test:mail foo@example.com

TODO: add support for sending via the mail queue


Run the test:log console command to write a series of logs covering all severities to the default log file.

The --channel option can be used to specify any other configured logging channel.

artisan test:log --channel=syslog


Run the test:file console command to list all files available on the default disk.

The --disk option can be used to specify any other configured disk (eg local or public).

artisan test:file --disk=public

Note that no files are written to the disk.


Run the test:cache console command to write test writing to and retrieving from the default cache store.

The --store option can be used to specify any other configured cache store.

artisan test:cache --store=array

The test will generate a random key, write it to the cache (provided the key doesn't already exist), increment the value, then retrieve and delete the key - checking that the returned value is as expected.


Run the test:schedule console command to output details of scheduled commands to the console.


Run the test:upload <path> console command to upload the file at <path> to your default filesystem disk and report back on the time taken.

The --disk option can be used to specify any configured disk (eg local or s3).

artisan test:file /path/to/foo.jpg --disk=s3

Note that the file will be uploaded to the root of the disk and then deleted - so both write and delete permissions are required.

A large test file such as those used by the Linode Speedtest are good for testing upload speeds.


Run the test:notification <channel> <destination> console command to send a notification to the selected channel.

Currently supported channels are mail and slack. The destination must also be specified, for mail that would be the email address to send to and for Slack it would be the inbound webhook URL.

For example:

artisan test:notification mail foo@example.com

artisan test:notification slack https://hooks.slack.com/services/...

Be sure to check your inbox or Slack channel for a test notification message.