Laravel 6.4.1 Out

ScheduledTaskSkipped also has an unworked provides innovations to command 

If a scheduled command is run with a accuracy limitation, it is not easy to check whether the task is running at all or if it is filtered by running from a known system constraint.

Starting an event when a task is intentionally skipped allows you to track the execution of tasks as planned, depending on the constraint of reality.

after Error list for lost database connections in MSSQL a new error message " no longer available for connection ” Message Added:

SQLSTATE [08S01]: [Microsoft] [ODBC Driver for SQL Server 17] The connection is no longer available because the server response to a previously executed expression is malformed.

Then, the file system and file system adapter classes missing() with the opposite a new method exists !exists():

// Instead of...if (!Storage::exists('file.txt')) { // ...}if (!File::exists('file.txt')) { // ...}// you can do...if (Storage::missing('file.txt')) { // ...}if (File::missing('file.txt')) { // ...}
The full list of new features and updates below and On GitHub 6.4.0 vs. 6.4.1 you can see the full difference between Full release notes for Laravel 6.0 on GitHub v6 is available on the changelog :



  • ScheduledTaskSkippedEvent for a scheduled command to run Added # 30407 )
  • Added Login timeout expired for DetectsLostConnections# 30362 )
  • Added Missing method Illuminate\Filesystem\Filesystemand Illuminate\Filesystem\FilesystemAdapter classes ( # 30441 )


  • Make vendor:publishcommand more informative ( # 30408 , 65d040d )
  • URLIn the verifier accepted underline URL # 30417 )
  • Updated artisan down output artisan up# 30422 ) consistent with
  • changed !empty for isset Redis database (to modify # 30420 )
  • Throw an exception when entering parameter keys when setting a route signature # 30444 , 71af732 )



KARABAY A, 2019 . Laravel 6.4.1 Out,

(Accessed October 31, 2019).

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