RoadRunner bridge for Laravel applications

1.2 2019-05-10 12:24 UTC

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Last update: 2020-02-15 15:03:39 UTC




Require this package with composer using the following command:

$ composer require sormagec/roadrunner-laravel "^1.1"

Installed composer is required ([how to install composer][getcomposer]).

You need to fix the major version of package.

After that you can optionally "publish" default RoadRunner configuration files into your application root directory using next command:

$ php ./artisan vendor:publish --provider='Sormagec\RoadRunnerLaravel\ServiceProvider' --tag=rr-config

If you wants to disable package service-provider auto discover, just add into your composer.json next lines:

    "extra": {
        "laravel": {
            "dont-discover": ["sormagec/roadrunner-laravel"]


This package allows you to use "production ready" worker for RoadRunner, that you can extend as you want.

Out of the box it supports next run parameters:

Name Description
--(not-)force-https Force (or not) https schema usage (eg. for links generation)
--(not-)reset-db-connections Drop (or not) database connections after incoming request serving
--(not-)reset-redis-connections Drop (or not) Redis connections after incoming request serving
--(not-)refresh-app Force refresh application instance after incoming request serving
--(not-)inject-stats-into-request Inject into each Request object macros ::getTimestamp() and ::getAllocatedMemory() that returns timestamp and used allocated memory size
--not-fix-symfony-file-validation Do not fix isValid method in \Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\File\UploadedFile [#10]

Parameters should be declared in RR configuration file (eg. ./.rr.local.yml) in http.workers.command, eg. php ./vendor/bin/rr-worker --some-parameter

Also you can use next environment variables:

Environment name Description
APP_BASE_PATH Base path to the application
APP_BOOTSTRAP_PATH Path to the application bootstrap file (default: /bootstrap/app.php)
APP_FORCE_HTTPS Force https schema usage (eg. for links generation)

Additional HTTP-headers

For forcing https schema usage you can pass special HTTP header FORCE-HTTPS with any non-empty value.


You can extend this worker as you wish, for more information - "Look into the sources, Luke!".


For package testing we use phpunit framework. Just write into your terminal (installed docker-ce is required):

$ git clone ./roadrunner-laravel && cd $_
$ make install
$ make test