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Beanstalkd To Start When The System Starts Up Or Reboots , How To Uncomment "START Yes" On Centos

I'm using Beanstalkd for queue in Laravel on Centos 6 and I have seen that I need to uncomment the following START=yes for Beanstalkd to start when the system starts up or reboots

When I run this command nano /etc/default/beanstalkd from root directory , I can't find the file. or let me if there is another way to enable that .

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Answer

For php to listen all times, You need to have Supervisord installed then do the following

  • Locate this file supervisord.conf by running this command: find / -name supervisord.conf
  • You get the path like this /etc/supervisord.conf
  • Edit the file sudo nano /etc/supervisord.conf
  • Make autostart=true and autorestart=true
  • At bottom, have something like this

    [program:laravel-queue-listener] command=php

    /var/www/YourProjectNameHere/artisan queue:listen --env=prod --timeout=0

  • Then restart supervisord: sudo service supervisord restart

  • Restart beanstalkd too: sudo service beanstalkd restart

All Queues will be listened automatically without having to run php artisan queue:listen --timeout=0 manually

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source: stackoverflow.com
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