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The default is a particularly perverse example. Most anything that involves aggregation or on-the-fly computation is better done in MySQL or similar. Typical Mongo usage is predicated on the assumption that you're going to denormalize your data into documents that are trivially queryable. Treating it like a SQL store is a mistake, and this query demonstrates exactly why.



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