I have two questions regarding
compactOnLaunch that considers stability and performance when building a
Is it an expensive to add
compactOnLaunch to your Realm builder configuration?
Is it only expensive when the default implementation (
DefaultCompactOnLaunchCallback) return true (i.e. only when the compaction occurs)?
I was thinking of selectively adding
compactOnLaunch to the configuration once every week by keeping track of it in the app config (Preferences).
Question around implementation
I also noticed that adding the one liner
compactOnLaunch to my Realm Config builder, I had to change myt implementation so that I do not return a new instance of the
RealmConfig but define a singleton class that holds on the reference of that
RealmConfig for any subsequent creation of a Realm instance.
I am confused as to why it was not error prone to create a new Realm instance with a new instance of the
compactOnLaunch was not added to the builder. Can someone explain this behaviour?
I am using Realm Java for Android io.realm:realm-gradle-plugin:3.7.2