We've already seen how drastically SMB file transfers have improved since To test, we hooked one We ran two different tests—one copying a single large 3. The performance improvements are impressive. Copying large files was about 54 percent quicker in Mavericks, while copying smaller files was about As long as all of the computers on your network have been upgraded to Mavericks, your SMB transfer performance in OS X should be much better than it was, and after years of lagging behind, it's nice to see that the performance gap between SMB and AFP has been all but eliminated.
Most notably, the service will only allow Open Directory users, not users local to your server, to access WebDAV shares. You'll also need the precise URL for every share point you'd like to access; the format is http s: Hugo Costa 3rd November at 5: Kirk C 3rd November at 8: Mike Wong 15th November at 7: I think something was wrong here.
Any one tried this successfully? Thanks Mike.
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Aug 8, In OS X Mountain Lion Server we refer to these as Share Points. and SMB, something else you might not want (many purely Mac environments might not Or if you have iOS devices, you may only require WebDAV sharing. From the Finder, select Go from the menu bar. Select Connect to Server.
The server's WebDAV interface is presented from a virtual directory "webdav". If your server is at. And while it does not represent your actual directory structure , all other shared volumes are tacked on to the end of that.