Archive for the ‘PHP’ Category

Setting Up Multiple PHP Versions

Friday, April 19th, 2013

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. 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…)

Trouble Shooting: “PECL Install Doesn’t Work”

Friday, April 5th, 2013

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…)

PHP Selector (from CloudLinux)

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

Recently, CloudLinux has added support for LSWS to its PHP Selector. PHP Selector allows the end-user to select their PHP version and what PHP modules they want to run. (more…)

PHP Troubleshooting: Too Many Sessions Causes Bottleneck

Monday, March 11th, 2013

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…)

WordPress Plugin: Keep Your Cache Up-to-Date

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Here’s a plugin that will automatically repopulate your LiteSpeed Cache when an article gets updated on WordPress (more…)

Change php.ini under PHP suEXEC Daemon Mode? Not Possible!

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

We’re happy to announce the release of LSWS 4.2.1, both to address an issue with php.ini location, but also to bump up PHP performance through streamlining PHP process launch. (more…)

LSWS 4.2 Introduces PHP suEXEC Daemon Mode

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

LSWS 4.2 release has a great news for shared hosting providers, who can get most advantages of the much expected new feature.  This release introduces PHP suEXEC daemon mode, (more…)

Troubleshooting for High Load php-Driven Site

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

Hello, everyone,

Time pasts so fast, it has been over 2 years since last blog post. (more…)