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Cluster

From v2.0.0-beta.23, you can define multiple environments in the cluster section of the configuration file.

Node

  • Type: string
  • Structure:Scheme://Host(:Port)?name=ENV_NAME&node_secret=NODE_SECRET&enabled=(true/false)
  • Example: http://10.0.0.1:9000?name=node1&node_secret=my-node-secret&enabled=true

If you have multiple environments to configure, please refer to the following configuration:

ini
[cluster]
Node = http://10.0.0.1:9000?name=node1&node_secret=my-node-secret&enabled=true
Node = http://10.0.0.2:9000?name=node2&node_secret=my-node-secret&enabled=false
Node = http://10.0.0.3?name=node3&node_secret=my-node-secret&enabled=true

By default, Nginx UI will create the predefined environments during the bootstrapping stage. You can also find the "Load from Config" button in the environment list in the WebUI to manually update the environments.

In order to avoid conflicts with the environemnts that already exist in the database, Nginx UI will check if the Scheme://Host(:Port) part is unique. If it does not exist, it will be created according to the configuration, otherwise no action will be taken.

Please note that if you delete a node from the configuration file, Nginx UI will not delete the record from the database.

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