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where is your supervisord.conf stored ?. Can it be that your supervisord was upgraded/reinstall and placed a new conf file somewhere else ? and you're referring at start-up an older version of the conf file ?.
You don't need supervisor for container with collectd. For example you have created image with name "my_collectd:latest", then you need to run following command: docker run -d --name my_test my_collectd:latest collectd -f This will create container in daemon mode with name "my_test". It should run collectd -f command inside.
I see there is no /run/php/php7.0-fpm.pid file. This file is created when php7.0-fpm starts. So I solved this issue by adding to Dockerfile: RUN service php7.0-fpm start Of course after php-fpm installation :)
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