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MongoDB query optimisation

Before you read below, make sure MongoDB is the right choice for your application. It's Nonrelational and Document oriented database.

Mongoid::Criteria Let's say you query all user data, @users = User.all while using mongoid. So when you access @users in views, it's Mongoid::Criteria and
ruby methods will not work ex- to_json. When we iterate over @users, say

@users.each do |user| p userend
For each user entry, query is fired which could easily be avoided by changing the query to @users = User.all.entries or @users = User.all.to_a. Also for single object @user = User.where(email: "bijendra.biju@gmail.com").first.

Index your database:use the specific fields while indexing which will fasten the search. Indexes improve the efficiency of read operations by reducing the amount of data that query operations need to process.
Apart from read operations indexes can support sort operation and allow for a more efficient storage utilization.

For ex: If you need to implement s…

RubyConf 2013 at pune..retrieved from drafts

A great experience while interacting with the ruby community from different places. Lots of knowledge and inspiration flows. Met many folks from india and abroad.

Fresh server start after instance degraded

So the issue was, amazon issued an warning regarding the server to be terminated, before i could think of making an backup the instance stopped.

The troubleshoot operations like reboot, stop and start didn't worked.
Simple Steps to start a fresh instance with the previous content on server.

Cannot allocate memory error while computing files - Setup Swap space

ActionView::Template::Error (Cannot allocate memory - nodejs /tmp/execjs20131021-26716-fckzo3.js 2>&1
Nodejs is used to compile javascript at runtime. In RoR applications, this error comes when server is started in production mode which compiles the assets or while running rake assets:precompile.
check for swap space and allocate