I suggest the “the nerd” strategy.
The ostrich doesn't need logs. In case something goes wrong, the ostrich prefers to not know, because that way, he is quasi innocent, because he “didn't know”. Of course in court this doesn't really matter, as the admin is responsible for any disturbance his system may cause. To avoid unnecessary breakdowns, an admin has to keep himself informed. The ostrich ignores that.
The beginner logs to impress his friends and gain prestige in the community. Without much thinking he logs a lot.
loggerto arbitrarily produce even more logs.
It may look like certain people would like to introduce this strategy for logging every Internet activity in Germany. But that cannot be, as this would be stupid.
The nerd knows a little about the possibilities of the programs running on the systems. So, during normal service he creates logs
Only during debug sessions he
Pretty much the same as the nerd, but the professional gets paid for solving breakage fast. Some get important log warning per SMS or per pager. Day and night. Yay.