There is no existing directory at /storage/logs and its not buildable: Permission denied

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Solution 1

Please try the following commands

php artisan route:clear

php artisan config:clear

php artisan cache:clear

Note: In case you are a Homestead & VirtualBox user, please be sure that your VirtualBox is up to date.

It helped in this thread at laracasts

Solution 2

Clear the cache and config, then deploy to the live server.

If you've already uploaded to the live server, then you have to follow these steps:

  1. Delete bootstrap/cache/config.php
  2. Delete all log files in storage/logs.

Solution 3

You don't need to add any permission on the storage file.

  • The main problem here is in the compiled file, and due to which laravel try to show an error.
  • By default in laravel, storage file not having permission to show in the console (error shows from the error.log file).
  • So the thing you need to fix is to fix compile file. which can be done thought this single command

This command will clear all your cache

- Compiled views
- Application cache
- Route cache
- Configuration cache

Use this

php artisan optimize:clear

Solution 4

After changing local conf i got the same error over and over, try this, probably will help.

rm bootstrap/cache/config.php

and then

php artisan cache:clear

depending on your scenario, reloading auto-loader file can solve your issue, for that use :

composer dump-autoload

or sometimes just try :

composer install

this do the two the commands listed above.

Solution 5

go to your vagrant

then run

vagrant ssh

php artisan config:cache

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Updated on June 15, 2022

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  • Admin
    Admin less than a minute

    I have a problem with my Laravel deployment on a OVH web server. After made

    composer update
    
    php artisan cache:clear
    
    php artisan route:clear
    
    php artisan dump-autoload
    

    I have this answer:
    There is no existing directory at /storage/logs and its not buildable: Permission denied
    I put all the files on 777 chmod but I have always this answer.