10.8.5 AFP Access logs stop working Dec 2013

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10.8.5 AFP Access logs stop working Dec 2013

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> Date: Sun, 09 Feb 2014 09:11:43 -0500
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> I have checked over a dozen 10.8.5 Servers at different companies and they all show the same. AFP Access logs stopped writing during various times in December 2013. They will not automatically roll over after 7 day nor will they record any activity. Previous to December they were working fine.
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> Now I have to stop and start AFP then log in to an AFP share to kick start it to work again. But exactly 7 days later they will stop again.
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> I've opened a case with Apple Enterprise support but they were no help. They screenshared and attempted to fix. Deleting the afp plist and resetting everything up. But 7 days later they stopped again. Even the Apple technician's test server showed the same thing. AFP access log stopped in December.
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> Anyone else seeing this or have some ideas how to fix? No AFP default settings in terminal or otherwise were changed.
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> Thanks,
> Todd
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> (10.9 server does not have this problem. AFP Access logs work fine.)
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> Date: Sun, 09 Feb 2014 17:57:06 +0000
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> I just checked my 10.8.5 server and it too seems to log AFP access for 7 days at a time.
> -Chris
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Chris - I don't understand your response. Are your AFP access logs rolling over or have they stopped? So that if you afp logged into your sever your afp access logs shows you logging in? Once 7 days go by mine don't work anymore unless I stop and start file sharing in the server app.

Todd

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Re: 10.8.5 AFP Access logs stop working Dec 2013

Franson, Chris
Sorry for the confusion. My logs stop working after 7 days.
Chris

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> Chris - I don't understand your response. Are your AFP access logs rolling over or have they stopped? So that if you afp logged into your sever your afp access logs shows you logging in? Once 7 days go by mine don't work anymore unless I stop and start file sharing in the server app.
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