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DAVBroker is a very simple, extendable WebDAV server written entirely in Perl. Users may provide their own Perl modules for DAV protocol handling and user authentication. DAVBroker avoids the common DAV server pitfalls (timeouts, memory consumption).

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  • support for the most basic DAV commands
  • small memory footprint
  • no server related timeouts for large transfers
  • supports directly any authentication scheme
  • plugin mechanism for your own DAV handlers


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System Administrators, Developers

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

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