Queries that don't have a clear path restriction should not use indexes that have excludedPaths or includedPaths set, except in some exceptional cases (to be defined).
For example, if a query doesn't have a path restriction, say:
Then an index that has excludedPaths set (for example to /etc) shouldn't be used, at least not if a different index is available. Currently it is used currently, actually in favor of another index, if the property "status" is commonly used in /etc. Because of that, the index that doesn't have excludedPath has a higher cost (as it indexes the property "status" in /etc, and so has more entries for "status", than the index that doesn't index /etc).
The same for includedPaths, in case queryPaths isn't set to the same value(s).