The fix commited for
CAMEL-10712 adds additional WARN-level logging with exception stack trace for a normally occurring situation: an SFTP consumer issuing a "delete" of .camel/$file prior to moving the consumed $file there.
GenericFileProcessStrategySupport.renameFile() tries to delete the "to" file prior to renaming, and rightly ignores the exception when the file does not (yet) exist. However SftpOperations.deleteFile() was modified in
CAMEL-10712 to LOG.warn(e) before rethrowing. This is a regression in the logging and generates much noise.