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<?php

return [

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable Clockwork
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork is enabled by default only when your application is in debug mode. Here you can explicitly enable or
    | disable Clockwork. When disabled, no data is collected and the api and web ui are inactive.
    |
    */

    'enable' => env('CLOCKWORK_ENABLE', false),

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Features
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | You can enable or disable various Clockwork features here. Some features have additional settings (eg. slow query
    | threshold for database queries).
    |
    */

    'features' => [

        // Cache usage stats and cache queries including results
        'cache' => [
            'enabled' => true,

            // Collect cache queries
            'collect_queries' => true,

            // Collect values from cache queries (high performance impact with a very high number of queries)
            'collect_values' => false,
        ],

        // Database usage stats and queries
        'database' => [
            'enabled' => true,

            // Collect database queries (high performance impact with a very high number of queries)
            'collect_queries' => true,

            // Collect details of models updates (high performance impact with a lot of model updates)
            'collect_models_actions' => true,

            // Collect details of retrieved models (very high performance impact with a lot of models retrieved)
            'collect_models_retrieved' => false,

            // Query execution time threshold in miliseconds after which the query will be marked as slow
            'slow_threshold' => null,

            // Collect only slow database queries
            'slow_only' => false,

            // Detect and report duplicate (N+1) queries
            'detect_duplicate_queries' => false,
        ],

        // Dispatched events
        'events' => [
            'enabled' => true,

            // Ignored events (framework events are ignored by default)
            'ignored_events' => [
                // App\Events\UserRegistered::class,
                // 'user.registered'
            ],
        ],

        // Laravel log (you can still log directly to Clockwork with laravel log disabled)
        'log' => [
            'enabled' => true,
        ],

        // Sent notifications
        'notifications' => [
            'enabled' => true,
        ],

        // Performance metrics
        'performance' => [
            // Allow collecting of client metrics. Requires separate clockwork-browser npm package.
            'client_metrics' => true,
        ],

        // Dispatched queue jobs
        'queue' => [
            'enabled' => true,
        ],

        // Redis commands
        'redis' => [
            'enabled' => true,
        ],

        // Routes list
        'routes' => [
            'enabled' => false,

            // Collect only routes from particular namespaces (only application routes by default)
            'only_namespaces' => ['App'],
        ],

        // Rendered views
        'views' => [
            'enabled' => true,

            // Collect views including view data (high performance impact with a high number of views)
            'collect_data' => false,

            // Use Twig profiler instead of Laravel events for apps using laravel-twigbridge (more precise, but does
            // not support collecting view data)
            'use_twig_profiler' => false,
        ],

    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable web UI
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork comes with a web UI accessibla via http://your.app/clockwork. Here you can enable or disable this
    | feature. You can also set a custom path for the web UI.
    |
    */

    'web' => true,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable toolbar
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can show a toolbar with basic metrics on all responses. Here you can enable or disable this feature.
    | Requires a separate clockwork-browser npm library.
    | For installation instructions see https://underground.works/clockwork/#docs-viewing-data
    |
    */

    'toolbar' => true,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | HTTP requests collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork collects data about HTTP requests to your app. Here you can choose which requests should be collected.
    |
    */

    'requests' => [
        // With on-demand mode enabled, Clockwork will only profile requests when the browser extension is open or you
        // manually pass a "clockwork-profile" cookie or get/post data key.
        // Optionally you can specify a "secret" that has to be passed as the value to enable profiling.
        'on_demand' => false,

        // Collect only errors (requests with HTTP 4xx and 5xx responses)
        'errors_only' => false,

        // Response time threshold in miliseconds after which the request will be marked as slow
        'slow_threshold' => null,

        // Collect only slow requests
        'slow_only' => false,

        // Sample the collected requests (eg. set to 100 to collect only 1 in 100 requests)
        'sample' => false,

        // List of URIs that should not be collected
        'except' => [
            '/uploads/images/.*', // BookStack image requests

            '/horizon/.*', // Laravel Horizon requests
            '/telescope/.*', // Laravel Telescope requests
            '/_debugbar/.*', // Laravel DebugBar requests
        ],

        // List of URIs that should be collected, any other URI will not be collected if not empty
        'only' => [
            // '/api/.*'
        ],

        // Don't collect OPTIONS requests, mostly used in the CSRF pre-flight requests and are rarely of interest
        'except_preflight' => true,
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Artisan commands collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can collect data about executed artisan commands. Here you can enable and configure which commands
    | should be collected.
    |
    */

    'artisan' => [
        // Enable or disable collection of executed Artisan commands
        'collect' => false,

        // List of commands that should not be collected (built-in commands are not collected by default)
        'except' => [
            // 'inspire'
        ],

        // List of commands that should be collected, any other command will not be collected if not empty
        'only' => [
            // 'inspire'
        ],

        // Enable or disable collection of command output
        'collect_output' => false,

        // Enable or disable collection of built-in Laravel commands
        'except_laravel_commands' => true,
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Queue jobs collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can collect data about executed queue jobs. Here you can enable and configure which queue jobs should
    | be collected.
    |
    */

    'queue' => [
        // Enable or disable collection of executed queue jobs
        'collect' => false,

        // List of queue jobs that should not be collected
        'except' => [
            // App\Jobs\ExpensiveJob::class
        ],

        // List of queue jobs that should be collected, any other queue job will not be collected if not empty
        'only' => [
            // App\Jobs\BuggyJob::class
        ],
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Tests collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can collect data about executed tests. Here you can enable and configure which tests should be
    | collected.
    |
    */

    'tests' => [
        // Enable or disable collection of ran tests
        'collect' => false,

        // List of tests that should not be collected
        'except' => [
            // Tests\Unit\ExampleTest::class
        ],
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable data collection when Clockwork is disabled
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | You can enable this setting to collect data even when Clockwork is disabled. Eg. for future analysis.
    |
    */

    'collect_data_always' => false,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Metadata storage
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Configure how is the metadata collected by Clockwork stored. Two options are available:
    |   - files - A simple fast storage implementation storing data in one-per-request files.
    |   - sql - Stores requests in a sql database. Supports MySQL, Postgresql, Sqlite and requires PDO.
    |
    */

    'storage' => 'files',

    // Path where the Clockwork metadata is stored
    'storage_files_path' => storage_path('clockwork'),

    // Compress the metadata files using gzip, trading a little bit of performance for lower disk usage
    'storage_files_compress' => false,

    // SQL database to use, can be a name of database configured in database.php or a path to a sqlite file
    'storage_sql_database' => storage_path('clockwork.sqlite'),

    // SQL table name to use, the table is automatically created and udpated when needed
    'storage_sql_table' => 'clockwork',

    // Maximum lifetime of collected metadata in minutes, older requests will automatically be deleted, false to disable
    'storage_expiration' => 60 * 24 * 7,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Authentication
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can be configured to require authentication before allowing access to the collected data. This might be
    | useful when the application is publicly accessible. Setting to true will enable a simple authentication with a
    | pre-configured password. You can also pass a class name of a custom implementation.
    |
    */

    'authentication' => false,

    // Password for the simple authentication
    'authentication_password' => 'VerySecretPassword',

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Stack traces collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can collect stack traces for log messages and certain data like database queries. Here you can set
    | whether to collect stack traces, limit the number of collected frames and set further configuration. Collecting
    | long stack traces considerably increases metadata size.
    |
    */

    'stack_traces' => [
        // Enable or disable collecting of stack traces
        'enabled' => true,

        // Limit the number of frames to be collected
        'limit' => 10,

        // List of vendor names to skip when determining caller, common vendors are automatically added
        'skip_vendors' => [
            // 'phpunit'
        ],

        // List of namespaces to skip when determining caller
        'skip_namespaces' => [
            // 'Laravel'
        ],

        // List of class names to skip when determining caller
        'skip_classes' => [
            // App\CustomLog::class
        ],

    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Serialization
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork serializes the collected data to json for storage and transfer. Here you can configure certain aspects
    | of serialization. Serialization has a large effect on the cpu time and memory usage.
    |
    */

    // Maximum depth of serialized multi-level arrays and objects
    'serialization_depth' => 10,

    // A list of classes that will never be serialized (eg. a common service container class)
    'serialization_blackbox' => [
        \Illuminate\Container\Container::class,
        \Illuminate\Foundation\Application::class,
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Register helpers
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork comes with a "clock" global helper function. You can use this helper to quickly log something and to
    | access the Clockwork instance.
    |
    */

    'register_helpers' => true,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Send Headers for AJAX request
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | When trying to collect data the AJAX method can sometimes fail if it is missing required headers. For example, an
    | API might require a version number using Accept headers to route the HTTP request to the correct codebase.
    |
    */

    'headers' => [
        // 'Accept' => 'application/vnd.com.whatever.v1+json',
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Server-Timing
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork supports the W3C Server Timing specification, which allows for collecting a simple performance metrics
    | in a cross-browser way. Eg. in Chrome, your app, database and timeline event timings will be shown in the Dev
    | Tools network tab. This setting specifies the max number of timeline events that will be sent. Setting to false
    | will disable the feature.
    |
    */

    'server_timing' => 10,

];
 ?>

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<?php

return [

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable Clockwork
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork is enabled by default only when your application is in debug mode. Here you can explicitly enable or
    | disable Clockwork. When disabled, no data is collected and the api and web ui are inactive.
    |
    */

    'enable' => env('CLOCKWORK_ENABLE', false),

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Features
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | You can enable or disable various Clockwork features here. Some features have additional settings (eg. slow query
    | threshold for database queries).
    |
    */

    'features' => [

        // Cache usage stats and cache queries including results
        'cache' => [
            'enabled' => true,

            // Collect cache queries
            'collect_queries' => true,

            // Collect values from cache queries (high performance impact with a very high number of queries)
            'collect_values' => false,
        ],

        // Database usage stats and queries
        'database' => [
            'enabled' => true,

            // Collect database queries (high performance impact with a very high number of queries)
            'collect_queries' => true,

            // Collect details of models updates (high performance impact with a lot of model updates)
            'collect_models_actions' => true,

            // Collect details of retrieved models (very high performance impact with a lot of models retrieved)
            'collect_models_retrieved' => false,

            // Query execution time threshold in miliseconds after which the query will be marked as slow
            'slow_threshold' => null,

            // Collect only slow database queries
            'slow_only' => false,

            // Detect and report duplicate (N+1) queries
            'detect_duplicate_queries' => false,
        ],

        // Dispatched events
        'events' => [
            'enabled' => true,

            // Ignored events (framework events are ignored by default)
            'ignored_events' => [
                // App\Events\UserRegistered::class,
                // 'user.registered'
            ],
        ],

        // Laravel log (you can still log directly to Clockwork with laravel log disabled)
        'log' => [
            'enabled' => true,
        ],

        // Sent notifications
        'notifications' => [
            'enabled' => true,
        ],

        // Performance metrics
        'performance' => [
            // Allow collecting of client metrics. Requires separate clockwork-browser npm package.
            'client_metrics' => true,
        ],

        // Dispatched queue jobs
        'queue' => [
            'enabled' => true,
        ],

        // Redis commands
        'redis' => [
            'enabled' => true,
        ],

        // Routes list
        'routes' => [
            'enabled' => false,

            // Collect only routes from particular namespaces (only application routes by default)
            'only_namespaces' => ['App'],
        ],

        // Rendered views
        'views' => [
            'enabled' => true,

            // Collect views including view data (high performance impact with a high number of views)
            'collect_data' => false,

            // Use Twig profiler instead of Laravel events for apps using laravel-twigbridge (more precise, but does
            // not support collecting view data)
            'use_twig_profiler' => false,
        ],

    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable web UI
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork comes with a web UI accessibla via http://your.app/clockwork. Here you can enable or disable this
    | feature. You can also set a custom path for the web UI.
    |
    */

    'web' => true,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable toolbar
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can show a toolbar with basic metrics on all responses. Here you can enable or disable this feature.
    | Requires a separate clockwork-browser npm library.
    | For installation instructions see https://underground.works/clockwork/#docs-viewing-data
    |
    */

    'toolbar' => true,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | HTTP requests collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork collects data about HTTP requests to your app. Here you can choose which requests should be collected.
    |
    */

    'requests' => [
        // With on-demand mode enabled, Clockwork will only profile requests when the browser extension is open or you
        // manually pass a "clockwork-profile" cookie or get/post data key.
        // Optionally you can specify a "secret" that has to be passed as the value to enable profiling.
        'on_demand' => false,

        // Collect only errors (requests with HTTP 4xx and 5xx responses)
        'errors_only' => false,

        // Response time threshold in miliseconds after which the request will be marked as slow
        'slow_threshold' => null,

        // Collect only slow requests
        'slow_only' => false,

        // Sample the collected requests (eg. set to 100 to collect only 1 in 100 requests)
        'sample' => false,

        // List of URIs that should not be collected
        'except' => [
            '/uploads/images/.*', // BookStack image requests

            '/horizon/.*', // Laravel Horizon requests
            '/telescope/.*', // Laravel Telescope requests
            '/_debugbar/.*', // Laravel DebugBar requests
        ],

        // List of URIs that should be collected, any other URI will not be collected if not empty
        'only' => [
            // '/api/.*'
        ],

        // Don't collect OPTIONS requests, mostly used in the CSRF pre-flight requests and are rarely of interest
        'except_preflight' => true,
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Artisan commands collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can collect data about executed artisan commands. Here you can enable and configure which commands
    | should be collected.
    |
    */

    'artisan' => [
        // Enable or disable collection of executed Artisan commands
        'collect' => false,

        // List of commands that should not be collected (built-in commands are not collected by default)
        'except' => [
            // 'inspire'
        ],

        // List of commands that should be collected, any other command will not be collected if not empty
        'only' => [
            // 'inspire'
        ],

        // Enable or disable collection of command output
        'collect_output' => false,

        // Enable or disable collection of built-in Laravel commands
        'except_laravel_commands' => true,
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Queue jobs collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can collect data about executed queue jobs. Here you can enable and configure which queue jobs should
    | be collected.
    |
    */

    'queue' => [
        // Enable or disable collection of executed queue jobs
        'collect' => false,

        // List of queue jobs that should not be collected
        'except' => [
            // App\Jobs\ExpensiveJob::class
        ],

        // List of queue jobs that should be collected, any other queue job will not be collected if not empty
        'only' => [
            // App\Jobs\BuggyJob::class
        ],
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Tests collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can collect data about executed tests. Here you can enable and configure which tests should be
    | collected.
    |
    */

    'tests' => [
        // Enable or disable collection of ran tests
        'collect' => false,

        // List of tests that should not be collected
        'except' => [
            // Tests\Unit\ExampleTest::class
        ],
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable data collection when Clockwork is disabled
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | You can enable this setting to collect data even when Clockwork is disabled. Eg. for future analysis.
    |
    */

    'collect_data_always' => false,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Metadata storage
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Configure how is the metadata collected by Clockwork stored. Two options are available:
    |   - files - A simple fast storage implementation storing data in one-per-request files.
    |   - sql - Stores requests in a sql database. Supports MySQL, Postgresql, Sqlite and requires PDO.
    |
    */

    'storage' => 'files',

    // Path where the Clockwork metadata is stored
    'storage_files_path' => storage_path('clockwork'),

    // Compress the metadata files using gzip, trading a little bit of performance for lower disk usage
    'storage_files_compress' => false,

    // SQL database to use, can be a name of database configured in database.php or a path to a sqlite file
    'storage_sql_database' => storage_path('clockwork.sqlite'),

    // SQL table name to use, the table is automatically created and udpated when needed
    'storage_sql_table' => 'clockwork',

    // Maximum lifetime of collected metadata in minutes, older requests will automatically be deleted, false to disable
    'storage_expiration' => 60 * 24 * 7,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Authentication
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can be configured to require authentication before allowing access to the collected data. This might be
    | useful when the application is publicly accessible. Setting to true will enable a simple authentication with a
    | pre-configured password. You can also pass a class name of a custom implementation.
    |
    */

    'authentication' => false,

    // Password for the simple authentication
    'authentication_password' => 'VerySecretPassword',

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Stack traces collection
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork can collect stack traces for log messages and certain data like database queries. Here you can set
    | whether to collect stack traces, limit the number of collected frames and set further configuration. Collecting
    | long stack traces considerably increases metadata size.
    |
    */

    'stack_traces' => [
        // Enable or disable collecting of stack traces
        'enabled' => true,

        // Limit the number of frames to be collected
        'limit' => 10,

        // List of vendor names to skip when determining caller, common vendors are automatically added
        'skip_vendors' => [
            // 'phpunit'
        ],

        // List of namespaces to skip when determining caller
        'skip_namespaces' => [
            // 'Laravel'
        ],

        // List of class names to skip when determining caller
        'skip_classes' => [
            // App\CustomLog::class
        ],

    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Serialization
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork serializes the collected data to json for storage and transfer. Here you can configure certain aspects
    | of serialization. Serialization has a large effect on the cpu time and memory usage.
    |
    */

    // Maximum depth of serialized multi-level arrays and objects
    'serialization_depth' => 10,

    // A list of classes that will never be serialized (eg. a common service container class)
    'serialization_blackbox' => [
        \Illuminate\Container\Container::class,
        \Illuminate\Foundation\Application::class,
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Register helpers
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork comes with a "clock" global helper function. You can use this helper to quickly log something and to
    | access the Clockwork instance.
    |
    */

    'register_helpers' => true,

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Send Headers for AJAX request
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | When trying to collect data the AJAX method can sometimes fail if it is missing required headers. For example, an
    | API might require a version number using Accept headers to route the HTTP request to the correct codebase.
    |
    */

    'headers' => [
        // 'Accept' => 'application/vnd.com.whatever.v1+json',
    ],

    /*
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Server-Timing
    |------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Clockwork supports the W3C Server Timing specification, which allows for collecting a simple performance metrics
    | in a cross-browser way. Eg. in Chrome, your app, database and timeline event timings will be shown in the Dev
    | Tools network tab. This setting specifies the max number of timeline events that will be sent. Setting to false
    | will disable the feature.
    |
    */

    'server_timing' => 10,

];

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