# - "user:$apsdfs.$EntPC0w3FtswWvC/6fTVJ7IUVtX1"
usersFile: "/secrets/.htpasswd" #be sure to mount the volume through docker-compose.yml
realm: "Traefik 2 Basic Auth"
# frameDeny: true #overwritten by customFrameOptionsValue
#customFrameOptionsValue: "allow-from https:example.com" #CSP takes care of this but may be needed for organizr.
# sslForceHost: true # add sslHost to all of the services
# sslHost: "example.com"
# Setting contentSecurityPolicy is more secure but it can break things. Proper auth will reduce the risk.
# the below line also breaks some apps due to 'none' - sonarr, radarr, etc.
# contentSecurityPolicy: "frame-ancestors '*.example.com:*';object-src 'none';script-src 'none';"
featurePolicy: "camera 'none'; geolocation 'none'; microphone 'none'; payment 'none'; usb 'none'; vr 'none';"
address: "http://oauth:4181" # Make sure you have the OAuth service in docker-compose.yml
I have enabled the traefik dashboard but it won't load.
see my other reply for the information you requested, that being said. Everything was fine, until it wasn't.
I assumed that maybe the fact that it stops every time precisely at the end of the certificates challenges phase could be important.
Is it possible that my ip / domain is targeted by some sort of massive access requests and it just gets overloaded ?
OK so about traefik.yml, sorry completely overlooked it,
It's been added to the post.
About dashboard, I will open a port, but since I had to restart it it's gonna take a while.
I left home and when I came back, traefik had gone through his init. But I restarted it it was stuck again, exactly at the same spot.
Concerning dynamic rules, the folder is empty.
As for secrets, I just use them because it is recommended but that is the only reason.
As for the version. I use the latest, however, since I had those issues, I thought that it could be relevant to traefik version so I downgrade it.