On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 1:46 PM greigwise <greigw...@comcast.net> wrote:

> No need!  I figured it out.
> Had to put this "synchronize_data := false" on the create_subscription
> call.
> Weird that there seem to be redundant parameters for this; one on the
> replication set add and one on the create subscription.  Maybe I'm not
> quite
> understanding the usage on those or something.   If anyone knows the
> difference, I'd be interested to hear.
> Greig
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> Yes. When you add a subscription with sync = true, then all tables in the
replication set(s) will be synced. But suppose you want to add a table
later to the replication set. Sync = true will sync only that one table. So
the latter is more granular.


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