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    I have a Mac Pro running Snow Leopard client (2010 3.2 ghz quad core intel xeon with the Apple raid card).

    It used to have SL server on it, but it now runs SL client, and we still use the raid.

    I've noticed that the drive has a huge amount of AFP log files on it and I think the AFP server activity log is running (although I never enabled it, it may have been enabled when the server was set up).

    Is it OK to switch this off?

    if so how would I do that, as I'm not running server anymore?

    can I delete those log files?

    Any help much appreciated.

    Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)
    04-08-2016 06:25 AM

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