Andrea Allred introduces a timing delay to solve a log growth problem:
We have a lovely Availability Group that holds A LOT of data that is broken into partitions. We have 42 partitions and they are usually moving information around daily between them. The index rebuilds on them were making our logs HUGE because the the Availability Group was taking too long to catch up, we tried both Synchronous and Asynchronous mode. We would see all kinds of errors. We were doing horrible things like auto shrinking our transaction log after the indexing finished and ignoring alarms during the time the database was rebuilding. We had requested more and more space from our storage team and sometimes the job wouldn’t even finish because it ran out of space. Our first idea was to split out the index rebuilds so that we could do one partition at a time.
I’d call this a bit of a hack, but if it’s documented and it does the job better than any known alternative, it’s a good decision.