For every action operation in Flysystem, there’s an exception telling you what
went wrong. For example: Are you trying to write a file? An
exception is thrown when something went wrong.
For every type of operation there are exceptions:
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Generic exception marker
Each and every exception thrown in Flysystem is marked with the
League\Flysystem\FilesystemException interface. While every exception
is uniquely named to describe what is actually going on, this marker
allows you to catch all of them. This allows you to have a “best of
both worlds” situation where catching exceptions can be as fine-grained
or as coarse as you need it to be.
Always receive Flysystem exceptions
Whenever you’re interacting with Flysystem, you’ll only receive exceptions coming from Flysystem. Whenever an underlying implementation throws an error, the adapters catch it and throw the appropriate error. When doing so, the previous exception is always brought along, so you’ll always know what caused the error in the first place.
Every warning is suppressed, but the errors are not lost. Whenever there is valuable information in the error message, the message is brought along with the exception.