Let's say I have a number of existing workers running in supervisord. I want to add a new worker to the group as well as start the new worker. I perform the following steps:
- I modify the file
/etc/supervisor/supervisord.confand add the new worker config
- Back on the command line, I enter
- I run
rereadto read the new configuration file settings.
- Attempting to run
start workers:exampleWorkerNamegives the error workers:"exampleWorkerName": ERROR (no such process)
So, my question is, how can I start this new worker process without affecting my other existing workers? I'd rather not perform a
supervisorctl reload or
/etc/init.d/supervisord restart command.