Every command should be ran as the
pleroma user from it's home directory. For example if you are superuser, you would have to wrap the command in
su pleroma -s $SHELL -lc "$COMMAND".
From source note about
mix command should be prefixed with the name of environment your Pleroma server is running in, usually it's
Generate a new robots.txt file and add it to the static directory¶
robots.txt that ships by default is permissive. It allows well-behaved search engines to index all of your instance's URIs.
If you want to generate a restrictive
robots.txt, you can run the following mix task. The generated
robots.txt will be written in your instance static directory.
./bin/pleroma_ctl robots_txt disallow_all
mix pleroma.robots_txt disallow_all