I am concerned that the atlassian-confluence.log files are not being rotated at 20MB in size since I upgraded Confluence from v6.2.3 to v6.3.2 at the end of July 2017.
I have Confluence installed on two independent servers, for DEV (testing) and PROD (production).
The log file on the DEV server is now over 12GB in size, and the log file on the PROD server is over 408MB.
The log4j.properties file is identical on both servers. I have not modified this file since it was created by the upgrade installer.
Both servers were initially set up for evaluation and testing only a couple of months prior to the upgrade from v6.2.3 to v6.3.2, so there wasn't a lot of logging output prior to the upgrade, to know if the logs were being rotated at 20MB prior to the upgrade.
Any help is appreciated.
1. Check that your "
<CONFLUENCE-INSTALL>/confluence/WEB-INF/classes/log4j.properties file" contains options:
2. Check log file permissions.
1. Yep, I see those two lines in both properties files.
2. The account that runs the Confluence app has read/write/execute permissions on the properties file and read/write/list on the enclosing folder (The server is Windows Server 2012) .
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