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Mongo aggregation using Spring of 2 collections 2 times slower than 9(!) separate JDBC pooled calls

 
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Hello! Mongo aggregation using Spring of 2 collections 2 times slower than 9(!) separate JDBC pooled calls
I have not this sample rigth now.
But both measurements where on collections/tables with 1-2 rows on same machine with local DBs.
Why?
Is it possible to speed up mongo?
Give samples, please.
THANKS!!!
 
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Depends what you're doing.
Depends what the queries look like, and how they compare to the data stored.
Depends whether the DB queries have been cached or not.

All of that (and more) affects the timings.
 
Arthur Harkivsky
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Maybe, statement caching was inside sql db, but not on java side.

Ghostly described mongo aggregation of 2 collections with 1-2 records wasted 200 ms(!) on core i7 9750H using local mongo.
 
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Which looks to me like an example attempting to prove a point, and may (or may not) be at all representative of how Mongo is used in the real world.
 
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