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View _Laravel_Queue_Supervisor_Instruction.md

Install Supervisor with sudo apt-get install supervisor in Unix or brew install supervisor in Mac OSX. Ensure it's started with sudo service supervisor restart in Unix or brew services start supervisor in Mac OSX.

In Unix in /etc/supervisord/conf.d/ create a .conf file. In this example, laravel_queue.conf (contents below). Give it execute permissions: chmod +x laravel_queue.conf.

In Mac OSX first run supervisord -c /usr/local/etc/supervisord.ini and in /usr/local/etc/supervisor.d/ create a .conf file. In this example, laravel_queue.conf (contents below). Give it execute permissions: chmod +x laravel_queue.conf.

This file points at /usr/local/bin/run_queue.sh, so create that file there. Give this execute permissions, too: chmod +x run_queue.sh.

Now update Supervisor with: sudo supervisorctl reread in Unix and with: brew services restart supervisor in MAc OSX . And start using those changes with: sudo supervisorctl update.