Should I be routinely looking at the physical log files for problems? Does the size of these logs indicate a potential problem? What can I due to ensure that these logs remain inside the recommended threshold?
The recommended sizes are admittedly very low. Having log files exceed those sizes rarely causes any problems unless overall disk usage gets too high. The best thing to do to avoid any log file related problems is to configure logrot.pl. Consult the online help in Common Services on how to configure logrot. Just search for "logrot".
I too was wondering about this so after some searching I found that there is a perl script that you can run to back up and purge these logs. I created a bat job that runs each night after hours so at the start of each day the logs are clear.
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