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I am expecting you are familiar with PHP. In this post I will be using the Laravel framework to create a small blog system. I am showing here very simple steps to create blogs, If you want this complete code then please message me.
**What are major Prequisites for Laravel:**
* PHP version >= 5.6
* Composer should be installed in system
Create a project with name tiny_blog with following command
```composer create-project laravel/laravel --prefer-dist tiny_blog```
enter into the laravel project
create a migration file using following artisan command
<pre>php artisan make:migration create_blog_table</pre>
After this command you will fou...
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In a previous article we learned about [Creating a PHP Daemon Service](https://beta.nomadphp.com/blog/50/creating-a-php-daemon-service). Now we are going to learn how to use methods to perform IPC - Inter-Process Communication - to communicate with daemon processes.
# Message Queues
In the world of UNIX, there is an incredible variety of ways to send a message or a command to a daemon script and vice versa. But first I want to talk only about message queues - "System V IPC Messages Queues".
A long time ago I learned that a queue can be either in the System V IPC implementation, or in the POSIX implementation. I want to comment only about the System V implementation, as I know it better.