mmanos / laravel-localpushqueue by mmanos

A local push queue driver for Laravel 4.
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Package Data
Maintainer Username: mmanos
Maintainer Contact: mark@airpac.com (Mark Manos)
Package Create Date: 2015-02-24
Package Last Update: 2015-02-24
Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2022-08-03 03:12:58
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Total Stars: 1
Total Watchers: 2
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Local push queue driver for Laravel 4

This package provides a local laravel queue driver that will open a non-blocking connection to itself, thus offloading the actuall processing of a job.

Limitations

  • Retying failed attempts does not work
  • Delayed jobs are not delayed and execute immediately

Installation Via Composer

Add this to you composer.json file, in the require object:

"mmanos/laravel-localpushqueue": "dev-master"

After that, run composer install to install the package.

Add the service provider to app/config/app.php, within the providers array.

'providers' => array(
	// ...
	'Mmanos\LocalPushQueue\LocalPushQueueServiceProvider',
)

Configuration

Update the existing queue.php config file and add a new local array to the existing connections array:

'connections' => array(
	//...
	'local' => array(
		'driver' => 'localpush',
		'method' => 'POST',
		'url'    => url('queue/receive'),
	),
),

Then update the default queue driver to be local.

Next, ensure you have a route defined to listen for your pushed jobs:

Route::post('queue/receive', function() { return Queue::marshal(); });

Finally, since this driver makes a request to the URL used by your application, make sure your server can resolve the hostname defined in the url config value. On a dev server you may need to ensure your local hostname is in your machine's hosts file.