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Lazy Commit


SQL Server transaction commits can be of two type: fully durable or delayed durable. That delayed durability is also called "Lazy Commit".

The following excerpt from MSDN library defines "Fully durable transaction commits are synchronous and report a COMMIT as successful and return control to the client only after the log records for the transaction are written to disk. Delayed durable transaction commits are asynchronous and report a COMMIT as successful before the log records for the transaction are written to disk".

For more information when to take advantage of this feature available on SQL Server 2014, please click here.



 

 

 

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