I had Catalina.out (JIRA) whose size is growing too large. I had few questions in mind.
1) Can i purge/delete Catalina.out file removing this file can it be recreated once i restart the service. Is it the right approach?
2) If not than can anyone know the best possible solution to overcome this issue.
You can remove the file if it's too big, and yes, ideally when Tomcat is down. It will create a new one automatically.
The usual approach is to point "log rotate" at it so that it gets done regularly or when it reaches a certain size. Virtually all Unix systems have logrotate as a standard, but I don't know about Windows systems.
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