I don’t know when you all started this, but you have started removing my symbolic link /var/lib/asterisk/mohmp3 -> /var/lib/asterisk/moh.
I already have a custom Category set up, and now it is constantly breaking whenever I apply a module update to the box.
Why would you delete that link? Especially when it is being used! We have a Pizza Parlor hanging off our box and when you call them, it plays their advertising until they answer - with this bug, the MOH fails, so you get dead air until they answer!
Why would you delete a Symbolic Link? What did it ever do to you? And it’s a link that you were using!
Nothing I can think of would do this. You can try to see if fwconsole chown is doing it by just running the command. There’s nothing that touches symbolic links except for that command and it’s not exclusive.
Andrew - I have ONLY been doing updates either via the FreePBX Module Admin or System Admin - Updates. The only script I have run recently was the Distro Version script that updated me from 6.12.65 to 10.13.66-1 - upgrade-10.13.66-1.sh.
I am reading that script now to see if I can see it.
Somewhere in all those scripts and updates, something killed that symbolic link.
Finding it may not be easy, but something removed it.
No files are being deleted - just the Symbolic Link - problem is the MOH category references the /var/lib/asterisk/mohmp3/sliceparlor directory - that is what FreePBX created when we created the category.
I guess I could delete the category and then re-create it and just avoid the problem in the future - maybe that is the solution since no one will fess up to removing the link.
So I finally see what is wrong - it thinks my moh directory is /var/lib/asterisk/mohmp3 - looking in Advanced Settings now…Yup - my MoH subdirectory was set to mohmp3 - fixed that and now I recreated the category, it created it under moh and now it’s good.
So I no longer need the symbolic link - worked around rather than fixed I would say.