I've been looking at the docs for Search After and I have a question regarding the last paragraph (emphasis mine):
search_after is not a solution to jump freely to a random page but rather to scroll many queries in parallel. It is very similar to the scroll API but unlike it, the search_after parameter is stateless, it is always resolved against the latest version of the searcher. For this reason the sort order may change during a walk depending on the updates and deletes of your index.
Does this mean that if I search with an ascending sort on a date and (during a walk) the first records date gets set to a date later than the last record in the sort, I'll receive the first record again?