Is Pageable implementation for mongo considering the mongo doc?
I've been wondering if the Pageable implementation done via MongoRepository considers this stated on the mongodb docs?
Unfortunately skip can be (very) costly and requires the server to walk from the beginning of the collection, or index, to get to the offset/skip position before it can start returning the page of data (limit). As the page number increases skip will become slower and more cpu intensive, and possibly IO bound, with larger collections.
Range based paging provides better use of indexes but does not allow you to easily jump to a specific page."
Any insights about this?