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Archive for the ‘PHP’ Category
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…)
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…)
Here at LiteSpeed, we are in the midst of a major overhaul of our documentation. It's a lot of hard work — like carving granite with tweezers — but we don't want to make you wait till it's finished to get some of the benefits. So, on the blog, we will be sharing tips about how you can make LSWS run better for you.70-177
Today's post is an overview of setting up multiple PHP versions when you use a control panel (though it will work if you don't use a control panel as well). (more…)
Some users prefer to mount their /tmp directory as noexec for security reasons, but we’ve seen that this can cause a problem for PECL installs. Pointing the PECL temp_dir to a new path gets around this problem. (more…)
A client came to us with server loads of 200-400 during peak times. (He has a 64 core 32 GB server and a 4-CPU LSWS license.) Detailed observation revealed that PHP processes were eating up his processing power. But why? What were they doing? Taking out the trash. (more…)