LiteSpeed has just released LiteSpeed Web Server 5.0 RC3. This latest iteration contains some exciting features, including HTTP/2 support and improved ESI support (for page caching with hole-punching). Most importantly, though, it is very stable. Anyone who’s interested in ESI, SPDY, HTTP/2, or WebSocket proxy support should try out RC3. (more…)
Archive for the ‘Performance’ Category
Long-running PHP processes, as a result of a poorly written script or a DoS attack, can kill your server’s resources. This is why LiteSpeed Web Server has a number of features to automatically abort these processes.
Sometimes, though, users have a process they need to run for a long time. (BackupBuddy is a prime example of this.) For these users, we’ve recently revamped our guide to disabling PHP timeouts. This guide takes you through all the features that could cause a process to end before it’s finished, and how to tweak them. If you’re trying to configure LiteSpeed Web Server to work with BackupBuddy, ImportBuddy, or any other WordPress module that relies on a WP built-in cron job, this is just the guide for you.
We’re always adding more documentation. If you have an issue or feature that you’d like to see documented, let us know on our forum.
OpenLiteSpeed has made another step towards being the Web’s easiest HTTP server: 4 line install!
We are proud to announce the release of a completely updated LiteSpeed PHP Repository. (more…)
OpenLiteSpeed version 1.4 was released last Friday with a number of new features to improve stability, functionality, and performance: (more…)
We recently added a wiki to guide users through troubleshooting 503 errors.
OpenLiteSpeed 1.3 introduces a major advance for LiteSpeed Web Server: an API to support third party modules. (more…)
Starting in LiteSpeed Web Server 5.0, LiteSpeed is adding ESI support. Using ESI to increase cache usage allows you to supercharge web applications like Magento or WordPress. (more…)