It's always recommended to run the JVMs with Garbage Collection Logging enabled, as the log will be useful when troubleshooting performance issues.
When enabled, Garbage Collection logging is printed to the native_stderr.log file. The problem is that the log does not rotate automatically, and it can grow rather quickly.
If the log is not rotated, the large file will be difficult to manage (slow transfer, slower analysis), and it could lead to issues as file system or Java limits are reached. For example, I recently saw a... [Continue Reading]