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describeIndex()

This operation describes a specific index.

describeIndex(data): Promise<DescribeIndexResponse>

Request Syntax

 milvusClient.describeIndex({ 
     collection_name: string,
     field_name?: string,
     index_name?: string,
     timeout?: number
 })

PARAMETERS:

  • collection_name (string) -

    [REQUIRED]

    The name of an existing collection.

  • field_name (string) -

    The name of an existing field in the collection.

  • index_name (string) -

    The name of the index to describe.

  • timeout (number)

    The timeout duration for this operation. Setting this to None indicates that this operation timeouts when any response arrives or any error occurs.

RETURNS Promise<DescribeIndexResponse>

This method returns a promise that resolves to a DescribeIndexResponse object.

{
    index_descriptions: IndexDescription[],
    status: object
}

PARAMETERS:

  • index_descriptions (IndexDescription[]) -

    • field_name (string) -

      The name of the field on which the index is created.

    • indexID (number) -

      The ID of the created index.

    • index_name (string) -

      The name of the created index.

    • index_state_fail_reason (string) -

      The reason for failing to create the index.

    • indexed_rows (string) -

      The number of rows that are indexed.

    • pending_index_rows (string) -

      The number of rows waiting to be indexed.

    • total_rows (string) -

      The total number of rows in the field.

    • params (string) -

      Index-specific parameters.

      • key (string) -

        The name of the index parameter.

      • value (string | number) -

        The value of the index parameter.

  • status (object) -

    • code (number) -

      A code that indicates the operation result. It remains 0 if this operation succeeds.

    • error_code (string | number) -

      An error code that indicates an occurred error. It remains Success if this operation succeeds.

    • reason (string) -

      The reason that indicates the reason for the reported error. It remains an empty string if this operation succeeds.

Example

const milvusClient = new MilvusClient(MILUVS_ADDRESS);
const describeIndexReq = {
  collection_name: 'my_collection',
  index_name: 'my_index',
};
const res = await milvusClient.describeIndex(describeIndexReq);
console.log(res);