- MacOSX client and server
- The Apache HTTPD modules installed at
- A working directory at
- A data directory at
- Apache HTTPD version Apache/2.2.13
# start with "apachectl -f /Users/happy/2010-03-23-dav/httpd.conf -k start" ServerRoot "/Users/happy/2010-03-23-dav" Listen 8090 LoadModule dav_module /usr/libexec/apache2/mod_dav.so LoadModule dav_fs_module /usr/libexec/apache2/mod_dav_fs.so DAVLockDB logs/DAVLock <Directory "/Users/happy/2010-03-23-dav/data"> DAV On </Directory> DocumentRoot "data" PidFile logs/httpd.pid LockFile logs/accept.lock
This configuration does no authentication or access control, and runs the server as the user that launched it (I launched it as a regular user).
After also doing the same on a Linux machine, the only change was path names, I found that it is the network link rather than the protocol that is limiting my file transfer speed between the two computers.