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This could be getting interesting: https://github.com/mantas-done/laravel-apm
Launch thread on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/laravel/comments/eunnk6/laravel_apm_application_performance_monitoring/
Also this "Laravel Meter": https://github.com/sarfraznawaz2005/meter
Replied to PostTooLargeException
It appears in
vendor\laravel\framework\src\Illuminate\Foundation\Http\Middleware\ValidatePostSize.php that the PostTooLargeException is thrown when the content length exceeds the
Please check where the php.ini file is read from by execution phpinfo(); within your Laravel project and inspecting the results.
Also, it seems like you have a typo in the value
should probably be
Routes defined in the routes/api.php file are nested within a route group by the RouteServiceProvider. Within this group, the /api URI prefix is automatically applied so you do not need to manually apply it to every route in the file. You may modify the prefix and other route group options by modifying your RouteServiceProvider class.
You might want to try accessing /api/expenses/historic if the route was added inside api.php routes file.