Consider the case that different users work on one issue at the same time (Collaborative working). Who's data will be stored and is there a master/slave configuration or do the users overwrite the data the other user just produced seconds before??
Each commit will write after the previous one, whether it's a millisecond or a month after the previous.
JIRA retains a full history of change though, so nothing is "lost", and if a change is incompatible with the previous state, the user will be told that their change can't happen (the most common scenario is when a user transitions the issue, and the next update is an attempt to use a transition from the old status that is not available on the new status)
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