In Digitool JBOSS generates an access log daily named like this; localhost_access_log.2015-11-16.log in the jb_log path.
If these logs are causing disk space issues, you may wish to set up a scheduled task to delete older logs. If the size is still an issue you may wish to disable access logging altogether.
To Disable Logging..
First Step - Edit xml file
Access logging can be disabled by editing the server.xml using the vi editor:
To disable logging, comment out this section in server.xml by adding the BOLD highlighted lines
<!-- Access logger -->
<!-- Access logging disabled
Second Step - Restart JBOSS
JBOSS must be restarted in order for the configuration to take effect:
To shut down JBOSS
To start JBOSS
(This will result in a minute or two of downtime)
There is no facility to change the logging level. Logging is either "on" or "off".