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Again, no: it is per each and every individual transaction. (edit:) To be very clear, this means that a single HTTP log table in a single database could have some requests marked synchronous_commit (as they are to a resource that you charge for, and for which you need accurate logs), while for others it is not set (as you just want the fastest performance).

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