Protecting a Join Index with Fallback
You can define fallback protection for a simple or aggregate join index.
With fallback, you can access a join index and the base table it references if an AMP fails, with little impact on performance.
Without fallback, an AMP failure has significant impact on both availability and performance as follows.
The cost of having fallback for a join index when executing a DML request that modifies a base table referenced by the join index is a slight increase in processing to maintain the fallback copy of the join index.