Running a professional Java EE application with JBoss EAP/Wildfly or any other application server involves a good housekeeping strategy for log files. Pay attention that most developers make the mistake to log information twice, hence in most scenarios the default texturation is kept. So the log information will be written into the
server.log. Furthermore if you don’t use a files size rotator, the
server.log will be rotated daily. The potential threat is, if you write the logs to separate SAN partition with limited disk space, you might crash the application, if he has no disk space left. To prevent this, one possibility is to use
logrotate on Linux for the job.