UUID or GUID as Primary Keys? Be Careful!
In tradition RDBMS, the primary keys are almost always in incremental number. In recent years, UUID has been using more and more in distribute database system (such as MongoDB, RethinkDB, ElasticSearch). This post mentions some issue can occur when using UUID as primary key.
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