|The OID of the |
pg_class entry for this index
|The OID of the |
pg_class entry for the table this index is for
| ||The number of columns in the index (duplicates |
| ||If true, this is a unique index|
| ||If true, this index represents the primary key of the table (|
indisunique should always be true when this is true)
| ||If true, this index supports an exclusion constraint|
| ||If true, the uniqueness check is enforced immediately on insertion (irrelevant if |
indisunique is not true)
| ||If true, the table was last clustered on this index|
| || If true, the index is currently valid for queries. False means the index is possibly incomplete: it must still be modified by |
UPDATE operations, but it cannot safely be used for queries. If it is unique, the uniqueness property is not guaranteed true either.
| || If true, queries must not use the index until the |
xmin of this
pg_index row is below their
TransactionXmin event horizon, because the table may contain broken HOT chains with incompatible rows that they can see
| || If true, the index is currently ready for inserts. False means the index must be ignored by |
| || If false, the index is in process of being dropped, and should be ignored for all purposes (including HOT-safety decisions) |
| || If true this index has been chosen as “replica identity” using |
ALTER TABLE ... REPLICA IDENTITY USING INDEX ...
| This is an array of |
indnatts values that indicate which table columns this index indexes. For example a value of
1 3 would mean that the first and the third table columns make up the index key. A zero in this array indicates that the corresponding index attribute is an expression over the table columns, rather than a simple column reference.
| For each column in the index key, this contains the OID of the collation to use for the index, or zero if the column is not of a collatable data type. |
| For each column in the index key, this contains the OID of the operator class to use. See |
pg_opclass for details.
| || This is an array of |
indnatts values that store per-column flag bits. The meaning of the bits is defined by the index's access method.
| || Expression trees (in |
nodeToString() representation) for index attributes that are not simple column references. This is a list with one element for each zero entry in
indkey. Null if all index attributes are simple references.
| || Expression tree (in |
nodeToString() representation) for partial index predicate. Null if not a partial index.