currently certain number formats in the log and the debug console are formattet with an exponent, e.g.:
2019-09-03 09:41:15 INF The blocker [Disk Bytes/sec] is with [4,16927E+07] over the threshold 
2019-09-03 09:41:17 INF The blocker [Disk Bytes/sec] is with [4,048207E+07] over the threshold 
The number [4,16927E+07] being equivalent to 41.692.700.
The way the numbers are formattet makes it very hard to read/interpret and almost impossible to parse with other tools - from my very subjective point of view. 🙂
It would be so much easier to read if the value would either be written out plainly (as in: [41.692.700] or ) or at least be shown so that the part before the decimal separator gives a hint of the scaling (as in: [41,6927E+06] - that way I know by looking that these are either MBs or GBs).
I personally would prefer plain text without exponential formatting, as it would make parsing the log so much easier (with sed/awk).
If I had a wish free, I'd even go for a standard decimal grouping like ###.###,## which would format the values nicely (including the threshold values). The result would look like:
2019-09-03 09:41:15 INF The blocker [Disk Bytes/sec] is with [41.692.700] over the threshold [4.000.000]
2019-09-03 09:41:17 INF The blocker [Disk Bytes/sec] is with [40.482.070] over the threshold [4.000.000]
I am fully aware that this is a minor point, a very subjective request and nothing that a large number of people would care about. But maybe it is an easy thing to do, and it would go a veeery long way to help me understand logs quicker.
Thank you for your attention.