Eric Barnes has a post to his site for the Laravel Valet users out there that have upgraded to macOS Sierra. In the post he talks about some of the common issues people are seeing when upgrading either Valet or macOS and how to resolve them.
macOS Sierra was released just a few days ago and everybody is starting to upgrade. Some users of Laravel Valet have reported some problems and Adam Wathan has put together a list of common problems and troubleshooting tips to help resolve issues he’s been seeing.
The list in this post covers a few different topics:
- Interference between Valet and the local Apache install
- Random Valet deaths
- Random files being shown on reload
- 502 Gateway errors
- "fpm.socket does not exist" error message
- "php-fpm.conf is missing" message
The post ends with a list of three logs you can look at to try to locate these errors or get more information about them.