For Evergreen, we want to detect if already too many logs were generated before the Evergreen Jenkins Plugin even had time to start up.
The rationale being: if there are already 256 logs when plugin startup state is attained, then there is something (very) wrong per-se.
The goal is to be able to do something like:
Currently, as an intermediate shim, I'm using reflection. In addition to being dirty, this is likely to become even more an issue to support Java 9 when using such hacks is being made harder and harder.