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HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is a request and response protocol used to send a request to a server and receive a response back in the form of a file. HTTP is the basis of data communication for the web. HTTPS is an evolution in HTTP, where the “S” stands for secure socket layer allowing communication in HTTP to be more secure.

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markandpathak
markandpathak commented Sep 23, 2020

Thanks for this amazing tool!

The issue is as following:
If there are two virtual hosts (Server blocks) serving two host names or subdomains:

sd1.domain.com
sd2.domain.com

When the configuration is generated using the nginxconfig and if HTTP to HTTPS redirect is enabled following server block gets generated for each host:

--- For virtual host 1
# HTTP redirect
server {
  
adriancole
adriancole commented Aug 29, 2018

Let's support at least reading "b3" header from a single string, most commonly traceid-spanid-1
It would also be nice to support optionally writing this, especially in message providers or others with constrained environments.

Expected behavior

As discussed on openzipkin/b3-propagation#21 and first implemented here: https://github.com/openzipkin/brave/blob/master/brave/src/main/java/bra

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ikhoon
ikhoon commented Mar 19, 2020

In our codebase, we push RequestContext and immediately run some code with try-with-resources.
For example:

try (SafeCloseable ignored = ctx.push()) {
    logger.trace(decorate(msg));
}

If RequestContext provides run(Runnable) or call(Callable) we can reduce boilerplate code and simplify it.

ctx.run(() -> logger.trace(decorate(msg));

This is inspired by g

Created by Tim Berners-Lee

Released 1989

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