How to run queue jobs manually in laravel?

by ryan.murray , in category: PHP Frameworks , 10 days ago

How to run queue jobs manually in laravel?

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by elisha_langworth , 9 days ago

@ryan.murray 

To run queue jobs manually in Laravel, you can use the php artisan queue:work command in your terminal. This command will start the Laravel queue worker, which will process any pending jobs in the queue.


Here are the steps to run queue jobs manually in Laravel:

  1. Open your terminal/command prompt.
  2. Navigate to your Laravel project directory.
  3. Run the following command to start the queue worker: php artisan queue:work
  4. The queue worker will start processing any pending jobs in the queue.


Alternatively, you can also use the php artisan queue:listen command to listen for new jobs without actually processing them. This can be useful for debugging or monitoring purposes.


Please note that running the queue worker manually is usually not necessary in production environments, as Laravel automatically handles queue processing in the background. However, it can be useful for development or testing purposes.