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Replied to Using Queue:work With Systemd - Service Restarted Each ~10mn

I already tried without --daemon, same problem. Also, I really need to run the process as root because my queued jobs is made to change system configuration files.

Mar
05
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Started a new Conversation Using Queue:work With Systemd - Service Restarted Each ~10mn

Good morning,

I implemented queue:work using systemd with following configuration file:

[Unit]
Description=My Laravel Project

[Service]
User=root
Type=simple
ExecStart=/opt/alt/php74/usr/bin/php -d extension=pdo.so -d extension=pdo_mysql.so -d extension=pdo_sqlite.so -d extension=json.so -d extension=phar.so /usr/local/mylaravelproject/artisan queue:work --timeout=21600 --daemon
Restart=on-failure

At this time, the service is restarted each ~10mn (seems to be a timeout). But when running the command directly on terminal, it never exits.

The journalctl -u myservice show following log:

Mar 05 16:37:34 myserver systemd[1]: Started My Laravel Project.
Mar 05 16:50:01 myserver systemd[1]: myservice.service: main process exited, code=killed, status=9/KILL
Mar 05 16:50:01 myserver systemd[1]: Unit myservice.service entered failed state.
Mar 05 16:50:01 myserver systemd[1]: myservice.service failed.
Mar 05 16:50:02 myserver systemd[1]: myservice.service holdoff time over, scheduling restart.
Mar 05 16:50:02 myserver systemd[1]: Stopped My Laravel Project.
Mar 05 16:50:02 myserver systemd[1]: Started My Laravel Project.

Any ideas why it is restarting again and again?