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Version: 1.2.0



Before using MoonGuard, make sure you have the following installed:

  • Laravel Framework 10+
  • Filament 3.0+
  • Composer
  • Node.js (Version 18+)

Filament is necessary to use MoonGuard in your project, you can install Filament by following the official documentation here.

Once you setup your Laravel project with filament, you can install MoonGuard plugin via composer

composer require taecontrol/moonguard

Publish the MoonGuard assets files and migrations file in your project.

php artisan vendor:publish --tag="moonguard-assets"

php artisan vendor:publish --tag="moonguard-migrations"

In production, run the migrations:

php artisan migrate

Go to /moonguard route to check the MoonGuard admin panel page:


If you don’t have any user, you can create a filament user to access to MoonGuard admin panel:

php artisan make:filament-user

Login and you will land in the dashboard


Moonguard Command Scheduler

The MoonGuard Command Scheduler is a helper utility that executes all the Moonguard commands related to checks:

  • CheckUptimeCommand.
  • CheckSslCertificateCommand.
  • PruneExceptionCommand.
  • PruneServerMetricCommand.

You can use this utility to set up MoonGuard task scheduling faster.

To utilize this utility, first define a new schedule in your app. Then, within the schedule() method of app/Console/Kernel.php, call the static function scheduleMoonGuardCommands() from the MoonguardCommandScheduler class. Pass the $schedule object and three cron strings to this function. These strings correspond to the Uptime Check, the SSL Certificate Check, and optionally, the deletion of old Exceptions.


use Taecontrol\MoonGuard\Console\MoonGuardCommandsScheduler;

protected function schedule(Schedule $schedule): void
'* * * * *', // <-- Uptime Check Cron
'* * * * *', //<-- SSL Certificate Cron
'0 0 * * *', //<-- [Optional] Prune Exceptions Cron
'0 0 * * *' //<-- [Optional] Prune Server Metrics

The MoonGuardCommandsScheduler is scheduled by running php artisan schedule:run.

Using the MoonGuardCommandsScheduler is not a requirement. If you prefer to program the commands individually, we recommend that you refer to the commands section