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A MilvusClient interface. This method checks whether the specified segments are flushed.

R<GetFlushStateResponse> getFlushState(GetFlushStateParam requestParam);


Use the GetFlushStateParam.Builder to construct a GetFlushStateParam object.

import io.milvus.param.GetFlushStateParam;
GetFlushStateParam.Builder builder = GetFlushStateParam.newBuilder();

Methods of GetFlushStateParam.Builder:

withSegmentIDs(List<Long> segmentIDs)Sets the ID list of the segments to check, which can be obtained by calling the flush() method.segmentIDs: A list of the IDs of the segments whose flush state needs to be checked.
addSegmentID(Long segmentID)Adds the ID of the segment to check, which can be obtained by calling the flush() method.segmentID: The ID of the segment whose flush state needs to be checked.
build()Constructs a GetFlushStateParam object.N/A

The can throw the following exceptions:

  • ParamException: error if the parameter is invalid.


This method catches all the exceptions and returns an R<GetFlushStateResponse> object.

  • If the API fails on the server side, it returns the error code and message from the server.

  • If the API fails by RPC exception, it returns R.Status.Unknow and the error message of the exception.

  • If the API succeeds, it returns a valid GetFlushStateResponse held by the R template.


import io.milvus.param.*;
import io.milvus.grpc.GetFlushStateResponse;

GetFlushStateParam param = GetFlushStateParam.newBuilder()
R<GetFlushStateResponse> response = client.getFlushState(param);
if (response.getStatus() != R.Status.Success.getCode()) {

System.out.println("Flushed: " + response.getData().getFlushed());