Supervisor can’t see config files
If you’re reading this, chances are you can’t start a Supervisor job:
$ supervisorctl start myjob myjob: ERROR (no such process)
Supervisor just doesn’t seem to see your config file(s).
Make Supervisor re-read the config files #
There are two reasons why you may need to force Supervisor to re-read the config files.
You’ve added a new config file #
Supervisor reads config files once — during startup. When you add a new file, you have to tell it to re-read the config, before attempting to start the job.
You’re using Vagrant and the config file is a symlink to a file in a shared folder #
It seems that Supervisor starts before the shared folder is available, so it cannot see the config files. I have yet to confirm this theory, but every time I restart a Vagrant box, I have to tell Supervisor to re-read config files.
How to make Supervisor re-read config files?
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