fideloper

fideloper

Product Engineer at UserScape

Member Since 6 Years Ago

San Antonio

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02
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Replied to Best Way To Use Queues On A Windows Server

NSSM was a no-go for us since it hasn't been updated since 2017, and we need to redistribute it to end-users who may not appreciate the name.

We found this, which has so far worked great for running artisan queue:work commands:

https://github.com/ochinchina/supervisord

You can get Go on Windows and compile the supervisord.exe file. Here's an example config file we use (note the use of linux-style directory separators):

[inet_http_server]
port=127.0.0.1:9001

[program:laravel-worker]
process_name=%(program_name)s_%(process_num)02d
command=../php/php.exe -c ../php/php.ini artisan queue:work
autostart=true
autorestart=true
numprocs=1
redirect_stderr=true
stdout_logfile=C:/Program Files (x86)/my-app/storage/logs/queue.log
stopwaitsecs=30
directory=C:/Program Files (x86)/my-app

I compiled on Windows instead of cross-compiling on MacOS/Linux with GOOS=windows to be safe - a GitHub issue I read said it may be better to do that.

Apr
24
4 months ago
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Awarded Best Reply on Nginx / Forge / 404

It's likely that you need to update your Site within Forge and set the Web directory to /public.

When editing/viewing a Site within Forge, that option is in the Meta section.

This tells Forge to update Nginx to set the correct root (document root, the public web root directory) for the Laravel code base.

Apr
21
4 months ago
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Replied to Nginx / Forge / 404

It's likely that you need to update your Site within Forge and set the Web directory to /public.

When editing/viewing a Site within Forge, that option is in the Meta section.

This tells Forge to update Nginx to set the correct root (document root, the public web root directory) for the Laravel code base.