I am using
BrentOzar's SQL Server First Responder Kit since I fall under the category "developer who manages Microsoft SQL Servers. It's your fault if they're down or slow."
One of the warning of running
sp_blitz says the following:
The [DB] database file DB_log has a max file size set to 10240MB. If it runs out of space, the database will stop working even though there may be drive space available.
Log files are on a separate drive from OS and I indeed limited their growth. All databases have simple recovery model (most of the data is automatically obtained through replication and ETL and recovering from last backup is enough for me).
The database has about 20GB of data.
Question: how can the database stop working if the recovery model does not force me to backup the log?