Session data I’ve set disappears after a period of inactivity

I may be doing this the wrong way, or there may be a better way to do it..

Upon login I’m setting some session data:

session(['api_token' => $user->api_token]);
session(['season' => Season::find($request->season)]);
session(['centres' => Centre::where('active', 1)->get()]);

I call it like so…


.env file:


This works great for a while, but if there’s a period of a few hours of activity (I haven’t timed it exactly), then the session data I’ve set gets lost, I have to log out then back in to set the session data again.

However, the user still remains logged in, I can pull Auth data perfectly fine.

What is going on here?

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