we're currently developing an app that uses the cloudkit private and shared database. Strangely, we're seeing requests in the CloudKit Dashboard in the public database - but we're not actively using the public database, only the private database. What we do is accepting shares, querying user information and so on. Does this count towards requests/second on the public database?
Is there any information what counts towards the public database requests/second?
While I'm not certain, I'd be willing to bet that the user-record-related activity (querying user information / discovering user identities) is counting towards the public database requests/second (as the user records are stored in the public database).