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-{ type: install
- message: <<EOM
-Note that traefik starts as unprivileged user. Thus, it cannot
-bind to privileged ports (by default, ports below 1024) and
-will exit when configured to do so.
-
-If traefik should serve ports in the privileged range, there
-are options to achieve this:
-- Have traffic bind to an unprivileged port and use the
- packet filter configuration to redirect requests to the
- desired privileged port to the unprivileged port in
- traefik's configuration file e.g. the rdr rules in pf(4).
-- The mac_portacl kernel module allows unprivileged processes
- to bind to privileged ports.
-
-Note: If you are upgrading from traefik 1.x keep in mind that
-the configuration is not compatible.
-EOM
-}
-]