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15.15.7. Cleaning up with index_end()

The index_end() function is a counterpart to the index_init() function. The purpose of the index_end() function is to clean up any preparations made by the index_init() function.

If a storage engine does not implement index_init() it does not need to implement index_end().


 
 
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