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run-in-docker starts refstack over https, fix docs

run-in-docker starts the refstack server on port 443 with
a self-signed cert. Update the documentation to change the
default port from 8000 to 443

Change-Id: I21e6451ce623f83e938bef5aeaee14835a660392
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Chris Hoge 4 years ago
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@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ echo "If you want to get access to your local RefStack not only from localhost,
echo "please specify public RefStack host:port in env[REFSTACK_HOST]."
echo "You can customize RefStack API config by editing docker/refstack.conf.tmpl."
echo "It is bash template. You can use \${SOME_ENV_VARIABLE} in it."
echo "Default is 127.0.0.1:8000"
echo "Default is 127.0.0.1:443"
echo ""
echo " -r Force delete '${CONTAINER}' container and run it again."
echo " Main usecase for it - updating config from templates"


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