Implications of k-safety = 0?
What are the performance implications of running a four-node cluster with k-safety set to zero rather than one? We run a cluster that is reloaded on a regular basis and often includes transient tables. It would appear that we could save a significant amount of storage if we were to reduce k-safety from zero to 1 and eliminate the buddy projections. I understand the downsides as far as the cluster shutting down on a single node failure (until the entire cluster could be reloaded). If that's acceptable, are there other positive or negative issues to consider in reducing k safety to zero?