When set to On, the database server replies to a COMMIT statement immediately instead of waiting until the transaction log
entry for the COMMIT has been written to disk. When set to Off, the application must wait until the COMMIT is written to disk.
When this option is On, the log is written to disk when the log page is full or according to the delayed_commit_timeout option
setting, whichever is first. There is a slight chance that a transaction may be lost even though committed if a system failure
occurs after the database server replies to a COMMIT, but before the page is written to disk. Setting delayed_commits to On,
and the delayed_commit_timeout option to a high value, promotes a quick response time at the slight risk of losing a committed
transaction during recovery.
If both cooperative_commits and delayed_commits are set to On, and if the cooperative_commit_timeout interval passes without
the pages getting written, the application is resumed (as if the commit had worked), and the remaining interval (delayed_commit_timeout
- cooperative_commit_timeout) is used as a delayed_commits interval after which the pages are written, even if they are not