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Turning on AppleFileService logging on Leopard 10.5.7

OK I had a two part question open but on rethinking and a little research this part belongs alone, so my question, we have 8 photographers copying 100s of files from their Macs to a Public folder on a standalone Mac this machine has a perl script running whick uploads these files to a remote Linux box the script also logs which files it has uploaded, what i now need is the ability to log which photographer copied which files (audit trail) to the Public folder.

The standalone mac is running 10.5.7 (not server), the photographers connect to the Public folder as a guest using the afp protocol.
How do i turn on afp logging? Will this log the files copied and who's copied them?

Thanks in advance
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