Laravel - Queues - Timeout
pcntlPHP extension must be installed in order to specify job timeouts.
Often, you know roughly how long you expect your queued jobs to take. For this reason, Laravel allows you to specify a "timeout" value. If a job is processing for longer than the number of seconds specified by the timeout value, the worker processing the job will exit with an error. Typically, the worker will be restarted automatically by a process manager configured on your server.
The maximum number of seconds that jobs can run may be specified using the
--timeout switch on the Artisan command line:
php artisan queue:work --timeout=30
If the job exceeds its maximum attempts by continually timing out, it will be marked as failed.
You may also define the maximum number of seconds a job should be allowed to run on the job class itself. If the timeout is specified on the job, it will take precedence over any timeout specified on the command line:
Sometimes, IO blocking processes such as sockets or outgoing HTTP connections may not respect your specified timeout. Therefore, when using these features, you should always attempt to specify a timeout using their APIs as well. For example, when using Guzzle, you should always specify a connection and request timeout value.