On 11/7/18, Frank Swasey <Francis.Swasey(a)uvm.edu> wrote:
I'm justifying it to myself by saying that schemachecking is on on the
producer, and as long as the consumer works correctly (and has no local
writes), the data being valid on the producer is more important than the
schema being valid on the replica.
I guess I can buy that. But you are skating on thin ice and the
propagation of a bad read from a slave may catch you unaware. At least
you know the risks, though.