Our base Model class indexes the id field as a unique field by default, causing duplicate indexes on at least one model
We have an opportunity to reduce our MongoDB memory usage. I discovered recently that our base Model class indexes the id field as a unique index. The id field is defaulted to a string representation of the _id field (which probably isn't terribly useful). Since _id must always be indexed in MongoDB, we essentially index that same information two different ways (which uses more RAM).
I am not sure how many models this affects, but I did find at least one: the CallResource Model. It doesn't override the id field, and it does not override the unique_indexes class attribute.
+ This bug was cloned from Bugzilla Bug #1033195 +
#5 Updated by bmbouter over 1 year ago
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