This module allows you to log SQL queries (and slow SQL queries) to log file in Laravel framework. It's useful mainly
when developing your application to verify whether your queries are valid and to make sure your application doesn't run too many or too slow database queries.
in your console to publish default configuration files
Open config/dblogger.php file and adjust settings to your need (by default it uses .env file so you can skip this step if you want).
In your .env file add the following entries:
DB_LOG_QUERIES=true # if not needed make it false
DB_LOG_SLOW_QUERIES=true # if not needed make it false
and adjust values to your needs. If you have also .env.sample it's also recommended to add those entries also in .env.sample file just to make sure everyone know about those env variables. Be aware that DB_LOG_DIRECTORY is directory inside storage directory. If you want you can change it editing config/dblogger.php file.
Make sure defined DB_LOG_DIRECTORY directory should be exists default direcotry is \storage\logs\db\ else application will throw error.