sd-loadbalance is a simple nginx configuration to load balance two applications running on localhost:7860 and localhost:7861. The configuration uses the default round-robin load balancing method, where each server in the upstream group is used in a sequential manner. This config assumes two automatic1111 sd instances exist.
The Nginx configuration file contains the following directives:
upstream: Defines a group of servers to be load balanced.
server: Lists the IP addresses and port numbers of the servers to be included in the group.
listen: Specifies the port number and IP address to listen on.
location: Defines the URL path to be proxied to the upstream servers.
proxy_pass: Specifies the upstream group to be used for load balancing.
proxy_set_header: Sets the HTTP headers to be sent to the upstream servers.
Use within docker is quite simple. See the example dockerfile.
For baremetal simply install nginx and paste the contents of the configuration - restart Nginx.
After the configuration is applied, Nginx will load balance incoming requests between the two applications running on
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