Tantivy is a full-text search engine library written in the Rust programming language.
- Full-text search
- Configurable tokenizer (stemming available for 17 Latin languages with third party support for Chinese (tantivy-jieba and cang-jie), Japanese (lindera, Vaporetto, and tantivy-tokenizer-tiny-segmenter) and Korean (lindera + lindera-ko-dic-builder)
- Fast (check out the 🐎 ✨ benchmark ✨ 🐎)
- Tiny startup time (<10ms), perfect for command-line tools
- BM25 scoring (the same as Lucene)
- Natural query language (e.g.
(michael AND jackson) OR "king of pop")
- Phrase queries search (e.g.
- Incremental indexing
- Multithreaded indexing (indexing English Wikipedia takes < 3 minutes on my desktop)
- Mmap directory
- SIMD integer compression when the platform/CPU includes the SSE2 instruction set
- Single valued and multivalued u64, i64, and f64 fast fields (equivalent of doc values in Lucene)
- Text, i64, u64, f64, dates, and hierarchical facet fields
- LZ4 compressed document store
- Range queries
- Faceted search
- Configurable indexing (optional term frequency and position indexing)
- JSON Field
- Aggregation Collector: range buckets, average, and stats metrics
- LogMergePolicy with deletes
- Searcher Warmer API
The project is released under the MIT Language.