Symlink from modules failed

I’m running 2.11.0.0beta2.2 and the following error just popped up.

retrieve_conf failed to sym link: /etc/asterisk/logger.conf from logfiles/etc (Already exists, linked to something else) This can result in FATAL failures to your PBX. If the target file exists and not identical, the symlink will not occur and you should rename the target file to allow the automatic sym link to occur and remove this error, unless this is an intentional customization. Added 2 minutes ago (retrieve_conf.SYMLINK)

I tried deleting the link but no luck. The system recreates the link but I still get the error.

The link is
logger.conf -> /var/www/html/admin/modules/logfiles/etc/logger.conf

Everything seems to be working fine but the error message is pretty scary.

The link target exists.

Otherwise, the system is working great.

There will be an update to fix the issue.

For now, you could delete the logger.conf file that exists in the core module, not the one in the logger module.

It look scary but is not that bad. The system works like normal even if you leave the error up and wait for the update.

Thanks for the feedback. I’ll wait for the update.

Logging was recently moved to a module. I suggest deleting /etc/asterisk/logger.conf and installing the Asterisk logfiles module. You can then set logging features vie the GUI>Settings>Asterisk Logfiles settings

http://www.freepbx.org/trac/ticket/1632

retrieve_conf failed to sym link:
/etc/asterisk/logger.conf from core/etc (Already exists, linked to something else)
This can result in FATAL failures to your PBX. If the target file exists and not identical, the symlink will not occur and you should rename the target file to allow the automatic sym link to occur and remove this error, unless this is an intentional customization.
Added 14 hours, 29 minutes ago
(retrieve_conf.SYMLINK)

What should ido to solve this???

Do what it says

run the following command from the lynx console
mv /etc/asterisk/logger.conf /etc/asterisk/logger.conf.backup