Today I started learning FaunaDB and I created 1 database, in it I have 1 collection, and in this collection I have 2 documents. With regards to Indexes, I have 2 indexes, one of them is to return all users, and the other index is to search for a user by FirstName.
Basically 1 Users collection and it contains 2 users, each user has about 8 fields/data-records in it like FirstName, LastName, etc
However, after I logged in after a couple of hours, I found 359 reads in my dashboard!
How did these 359 reads come to be? I don’t have any application connected to FaunaDB or making use of my database. The database is purely for me to learn with it and test our FaunaDB - so from where did 359 reads come from I wonder? cause this is crazy.
Imagine I had more collections and documents, my reads would easily surpass the limits of FaunaDB and I would be charged a ton of money.
Is this a bug? Is this some algorithm to add and accumulate more reads on a user’s account? What is wrong here cause it doesn’t make sense and it doesn’t add up.
I have the simplest form of database and I’m the single user and only used it once so far, yet it somehow accumulated 359 reads which is ridiculous !
I would appreciate your help please
Thank you in advance