Comment 30 for bug 1964829

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In , Chris-christopherschultz (chris-christopherschultz) wrote :

(In reply to Ruediger Pluem from comment #27)
> (In reply to Christopher Schultz from comment #26)
> > Could this become a problem is if the hostname of the origin server is
> > something insanely long? For example, if I want two workers like
> > http://super-long-hostname:80/ and http://super-long-hostname:81/ and those
> > "super-long-hostname" names exceed the worker-name limit, they will be
> > considered the same worker, yes? That means that requests that should go to
> > e.g. port 81 might end up instead going to port 80.
> Yes, this would be a problem. There is a similar PR (PR62085) on this.
> But due to ABI constraints this is not easy to fix in a stable version.

How about adding a new ProxyPass parameter called "workername" where you can explicitly set the worker name to something both short AND unique? Or is that best requested as a new enhancement?