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Raccoon Blog and RavenDB–One month later

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Raccoon Blog and RavenDB–One month later

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One of the fun parts about RavenDB is that it will self optimize itself for you depending on how you are using your data.

With this blog, I decided when going live with RavenDB that I would not follow the best practices of ensuring static indexes for everything, but would let it figure it out on its own.

Today, I got curious and decided to check up on that:

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What you see is pretty interesting.

  • The first three indexes were automatically created by RavenDB in response to queries made on the database.
  • The Raven/* indexes are created by RavenDB itself, for the Raven Studio.
  • The MapReduce indexes are for statistics on the blog, and are the only two that were actually created by the application explicitly.

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