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  1. Allow multiple text indexes per collection

    MongoDb only allow one text index by collection, in contrast of other index types.

    This is a limitation that makes it difficult to develop projects with search functionality, for example, if you want to add a text search for advanced users on all fields and a public search on a subset of fields, there isn't a simple and performant way to solve it.

    Many developers end up using other products like elastic search, or creating additional collections and using lookup, or using preg_reg or building smart indexes when the creation of multiple text indexes per collection would allow a quick,…

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  2. Automatic Indexes

    MongoDB can already suggest useful indexes. Why not take the next step and allow MongoDB to autonomously create and manage indexes. Ideally it will automatically maintain the indexes over time as the structure and usage of the database changes.

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  3. Add numerically-ordered index feature which forces a field to maintain ordering

    I would like MongoDB to add better support for ordered lists across documents in a collection. This feature would allow the user to designate a field such as "position", and the DB would ensure the values of that field across documents remain in a monotonically-increasing integer sequence 0, 1, 2, 3, ... N.

    I am the maintainer of a Ruby library called "Mongoid Orderable". This library makes numerically ordered field across documents. I'd like to ask MongoDB to investigate moving the functionality of this library to the server.

    What use case would this feature/improvement enable?

    This feature would be useful…

    2 votes

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  4. Support compound TTL index

    Right now you can only do a single field TTL index. I would like a put a TTL on a compound index.

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  5. Make it clear an index not on present on all shards

    We recently had an issue where an index did not get created on all shards. When we ran getIndexes() on mongos it reported the index was present. So we dropped another redundant index thinking all would be well - it was not. We had serious performance issues on the shard that was missing the new index and our app was unavailable for a few hours whilst we re-created the missing index on a huge collection.

    It would be better if getIndexes called on mongos reported some sort of warning or indication that it was not present on all shards. The…

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  6. Rename an existing index

    Allow for the possibility of renaming an existing index, without having to drop and recreate it.

    Let us say a unique index exists in production, it might not be possible to safely drop it. Yet the index name might not be ideal.

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  7. Add expression indexes

    An expression index is one where the value being indexed is the result of an expression, like lower casing a string.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expression_index
    http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.1/static/indexes-expressional.html

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  8. Clustered Collection TTL on _id should support ObjectId.

    Clustered Collections have the ability to expire on the _id field, this would be really helpful if it could use the timestamp portion of the ObjectId.

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  9. Compound clustered index

    Now it is possible to create a clustered index for only one field. Since documents can be arranged in ascending order of multiple fields, I see no reason to disallow a clustered index from being a compound.

    Expected syntax:

    create_collection('testVCFcoll', clusteredIndex={'key': {'_id': 1}, 'unique': True, 'name': ['#CHROM', 'POS']})

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  10. Support Two Array Fields in Compound Indexes

    Hi,

    I've come across a lot of use cases where the business logic has demanded unique constraints on 1-2 fields that have been modeled as arrays on documents. The cases that only contain a single array field is already taken care of using unique indexes in MongoDB, however the cases with 2 array fields have required application level constraints since the database only supports a single array field in compound indexes. While multiple arrays in a single index would massively increase the size of the indexes, it would be very helpful if it would still be possible. If there are…

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  11. bloom filter index

    https://www.percona.com/blog/2019/06/14/bloom-indexes-in-postgresql/

    I think having an option to use bloom filter indexes could provide for better performance when compared to compound indexes and eliminate the need for having multiple indexes. It would likely require tuning still, but with very large data sets this could be much less expensive.

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  12. Please report mixed-type numeric _id fields in $merge stage error

    Posting this idea at the request of one of the Jira users. You can find more technical details about this in the Jira issue:

    https://jira.mongodb.org/browse/SERVER-61613

    The gist of it is that I may have two collections, b2 and b3, that are not distinguishable in the Mongo Shell, like this:

    db.b2.find()
    
    [
    
      { _id: 1, created: ISODate("2021-11-18T23:16:33.149Z") },
    
      { _id: 2, created: ISODate("2021-11-18T23:16:33.149Z") }
    
    ] 
    
    db.b3.find()
    
    [
    
      { _id: 1, created: ISODate("2021-11-18T22:53:02.113Z") },
    
      { _id: 2, created: ISODate("2021-11-18T22:53:02.113Z") }
    
    ] ```
    
    When I merge each into a collection `pg` with this syntax:
    
    

    db.pg.aggregate([{$merge: {into: "b3", whenMatched: "merge", whenNotMatched: "fail"}} ]);…

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