Once jobs have been added on the queue, we need to process them one by one. php artisan queue:listen does - It listens for jobs and runs them as they become available. But the main problem is how do we make php listen at all times ? We need to avoid having to "supervise" this process manually. This is where supervisord comes in. This is the configuration file to be placed in the /etc/supervisor/conf.d/ directory, which will create a supervisor program called "queue" which will monitor and make sure the php artisan queue:listen --tries=3 is always running.
[program:queue] command=php artisan queue:listen --tries=3 --env=your_environment directory=/path/to/laravel stdout_logfile=/path/to/laravel/app/storage/logs/supervisord.log redirect_stderr=true autostart=true autorestart=true
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