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.
Sets a threshold to split JVM messages that would be too long to be printed at once.
Prints a warning when a log entry takes longer to be printed than the specified number of seconds.
Sets the path to the Wrapper log file.
Controls the number of seconds at which the log file should close after the last log entry.
Configures the interval in seconds at which the Wrapper flushes all outputs to the log file.
Configures the format of the outputs sent to the log file.
Filters messages sent to the log file according to their log levels.
Controls the maximum number of rolled files.
Controls the maximum size of rolled files.
Controls the file pattern to purge old log files.
Configures the sorting mode of the rolled files to purge the last ones.
Sets the roll mode of the log file.
Specifies the group to assign when creating the log file.
Specifies the umask to use when creating the log file.