I'm running a Laravel app on AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and I want to take advantage of EFS to have a shared storage folder across all instances.
I've mounted the EFS 'drive' to the root 'storage/' folder but I'm getting errors to "Please provide a valid cache path.".
There is a 'storage/framework/cache' folder present, and 'storage/' is writable because the error logs are being written to at 'storage/logs/'.
Is there something else I need to do to allow Laravel to share the storage.path folder?