I’m getting this error when setting Supervisor:
[root@acctsvr01 supervisord.d]# sudo ln -s
ln: failed to create symbolic link ‘/etc/supervisor/conf.d/frappe.ini’: No such file or directory
@jeffbangquil Why do you want to create a sym-link to supervisor.conf ?
(Is this required for a multi tenant setup? I have not done a multi tennant install)
Symlink not required in CentOS for standard production install.
I’m doing manually the setup production. It doesn’t work with bench setup production.
My installation runs only with bench start, could noot do bench restart, and it closes when I close terminal.
I have found the simple install method the best way on CentOS:
I would start with a fresh instance containing only CentOS 7 minimal server and EPEL.
If you don’t want to do this make sure to delete your Maria.DB as described in this post:
Also delete frappe-bench/ and all enclosed files/folders.
Then run simple install again.