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If you mean an other install on an other server: yes this is indeed the proper way to handle these kind of things. However it may be overkill when your load isn't really high. So my advice: just handle the queues on your application server and when you start to notice high traffic you can easly split the queue handling to a new server. Newrelic is awesome to monitor these things.

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Thanks for the reply! I want to try out my multi server setup first to make sure it works. Then I will know how to do it in the future. I do have a few more questions that are as follows.

1.) Would the server for running the queues be the same Laravel installation as the app server, or do I have to create a new app?
2.) I see I can create my own classes. Where would these go (like a controller?)

Thanks Again!

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