Curious why bin names have the limitations of “Maximum 14 characters of any single byte. Double-byte characters are not allowed.”?
Unicode (double byte) for strings in middle layer and UTF-8 (multibyte) for strings in databases (to save storage) are two popular choices since long time, hence the reason to ask this question as we don’t have such limitation for namespace names or set names. Obviously this makes bin naming cryptic to keep bin names with in 14 character bounds.
Aerospike server item | limits
bin-names <= 14 characters set-names <= 63 characters namespace-names <= 31 characters