Replication is supported between partitioned tables as long as they use the same partitioning scheme and otherwise have the same structure except where an exception is specifically allowed (see Section 4.1.9, “Replication with Differing Table Definitions on Source and Replica”).
Replication between tables having different partitioning is
generally not supported. This because statements (such as
TABLE ... DROP PARTITION) acting directly on
partitions in such cases may produce different results on source
and replica. In the case where a table is partitioned on the
source but not on the replica, any statements operating on
partitions on the source's copy of the replica fail on the
replica. When the replica's copy of the table is
partitioned but the source's copy is not, statements acting
on partitions cannot be run on the source without causing errors
Due to these dangers of causing replication to fail entirely (on account of failed statements) and of inconsistencies (when the result of a partition-level SQL statement produces different results on source and replica), we recommend that insure that the partitioning of any tables to be replicated from the source is matched by the replica's versions of these tables.