Ploi makes it a breeze to run Laravel Horizon. You can use the 'Daemons' tab in server level to configure this.
Use this command to run Laravel Horizon: php /home/ploi/my-app.com/artisan horizon, 1 process is enough as Laravel Horizon is able to spawn multiple supervisor workers. (More at the Laravel Documentation)
Take the following screenshot as an example:
This will spawn a supervisor configuration file like this:
[program:worker-628] command=php /home/ploi/my-app.com/artisan horizon process_name=%(program_name)s_%(process_num)02d autostart=true autorestart=true user=ploi redirect_stderr=true numprocs=1 stdout_logfile=/home/ploi/.ploi/worker-628.log
Once code changes, you will have to reload the horizon process. To do this you will have to add this into your deploy script at the end:
php artisan horizon:terminate