on a balanced system journaling with or without commitment controll
doesn't have measurable performance effects, as long as you don't need
maximum performance for bulk operations writing some million of records
with one SQL statement.
abusing commitment controll for multi transactional workload, you have to
have in mind lock contentions caused by record locks lasting longer as some
miliseconds, that's not only a performance issue, other jobs, waiting for a
locked record might break down or not work as designed, if they are not
transaction safe (don't use commitment controll).
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