Laravel 6.17.0 Out

The Laravel team this week urged v6.17.0 to permissionthe file was released with a new configuration for the cache store.

Allow 'private encrypted' Channels

Onur Köse private-encryptedcontributed to a new feature that enables the use of channels with Pusher and Pusher PHP Server.

Thanks to onur, the Laravel broadcaster app supports these channels. See the Push End-to-End encrypted channel documentation for more details.

Add 'Cache.permission' Configuration Option

Paul Klimov provided a new option for the File cache driver to configure octet file permission:

Currently, the file cache writes with the default umask, which allows general delecing of files.

This is the cache web server (e.g. Nginx) and then accessed in the consul, causing problems in some environments.

In particular, the php artisan cache: clear command silently fails to remove the file cache created by the web server.

This PR adds the option to configure 'permission' for FileStore, as for StreamStar.

Learn more

Here's a full list of new features and updates on GitHub and the differences between 6.16.0 and 6.17.0. You can find all version notes for Laravel 6.17.0 in the latest v6 change log.



  • Permission private encrypted propulsion channels ( #31559 , ceabaef , 8215e0d )
  • permissionAdded the file configuration option for the file cache store ( # 31579 )
  • Added Connection refusedand running with the --read-only option so it cannot execute this statementagainst DetectsLostConnections# 31539 )



  • Fixed issue Content Type not specified# 31533 )


  • permission cachehelper optional expirationparameter ( # 31554 )
  • Strings TestResponse::d umpSession()to be passed to the method allowed ( # 31583 )
  • Mailto in emails: and wire: subcopy actionUrl ( #31523 , 641a7cd )
  • Exclude mariaDB from database support for the new SKIP LOCKED ( fff96e7 )


KARABAY A, 2020 . Laravel 6.17.0 Out,

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