add supervisor integration to laravel toolkit
The new Laravel Toolkit extension is awesome however one key feature/package that Laravel uses is Horizon - this is typically managed using supervisor linux package (supervisord as daemon process, and supervisorctl as CLI interface). Whenever we do a deployment we need to run a specific supervisorctl command, but as supervisor has been installed manually (via CLI) the subscription user has no access to supervisor.
It would be amazing if supervisor was installed as part of the laravel toolkit, and subscription users given access to it, even being able to add/update the supervisor config file for that domains processes. Then we could use the Laravel deployment script to automatically restart the appropriate supervisor worker processes upon each deployment.