The log file can be set to roll
when the file reaches a specified size.
This property is ignored unless the
property has a value of SIZE, SIZE_OR_WRAPPER, or SIZE_OR_JVM.
The default value is "0" (zero), which means no limit on the size.
To roll the file, specify a maximum file size in "bytes".
The size can be abbreviated with the suffixes:
'k' for kilobytes, or
'm' for megabytes
For example, '10m' sets the log file to be rolled
when it reaches a size of 10 megabytes.
Configures the amount of delayed time allowed between the beginning and the end of a log line, before logged.
Measures the time a log entry takes when delays are encountered.
Configures all output be logged to the console.
Controls the number of seconds at which the log file should close after the last log entry.
Configures time intervals to flush output improving performance.
Configures tokens which are used to output specific information.
Controls the number of seconds the log file should close after the last log entry.
Configures log levels to help you identify the output generated.
Configures log file rolling by preserving a maximum of 3 files.
Configures log file size only when a size roll mode is set up.
Controls the pattern of old log files.
Configures sort modes for log files and decide which files to purge.
Configures mode values controlling log file rolling.
The Wrapper also makes it possible to specify the umask for particular files.
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