There are several types of ordered indexes. A primary index is specified on the ordering key field of an ordered file of records. Recall from Section 17.7 that an ordering key field is used to physically order the file records on disk, and every record has a unique value for that field. If the ordering field is not a key field—that is, if numerous records in the file can have the same value for the ordering field— another type of index, called a clustering index, can be used. The data file is called a clustered file in this latter case. Notice that a file can have at most one physical ordering field, so it can have at most one primary index or one clustering index, but not both.
Ref -> Database Systems book BY Navathe, 6th Edition , 18.1 Types of Single-Level Ordered Indexes Page no 632
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