Our second case study shows LiteSpeed Web Server greatly improving page speeds on a huge XenForo site. (more…)
Archive for the ‘Performance’ Category
Our first LiteSpeed Web Server case study shows LSWS cutting load on two high-traffic WordPress sites — from over 10 to under 1!
LiteSpeed Web Server’s numerous PHP suEXEC options offer great flexibility. Our new documentation makes it easier to decide which is right for your shared hosting service. (more…)
The new PHP suEXEC ProcessGroup mode allows shared hosting providers with extra memory to get better PHP performance through per-user opcode caching, plus allow custom php.ini’s and CloudLinux’s PHP Selector, too. (more…)
Just in time configuration cuts memory usage and speeds up restart time by cutting down on the number of Apache vhosts LSWS has configure at server startup. (more…)
We’re rolling out a whole new line of virtual hosts for different set ups and functions. Two days ago we announced the release of a template for setting up Enterprise or OpenLiteSpeed with WP Super Cache. Today we have a template for setting up LiteSpeed Web Server as a reverse proxy to a backend server. My first time using the template (I don’t create the templates, I do the documentation), I set it up in a grand total of 6:37.8. That’s what I call quick and easy. (more…)
LiteSpeed Web Server has a lot of settings. It’s true. We know. These settings are helpful to tweak and fine tune your server. But sometimes, when you’re just getting started with a new environment, feature, or application, all those settings can be overwhelming. That is why we are introducing custom virtual host templates. These templates give you virtual hosts ready to perform different functions or use with different applications. You can still customize and tune different parts of the setup if you want, but these templates will give you a workable LSWS for your particular function in just a few quick and easy steps. (more…)