Posts Tagged ‘lsws’

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…)

Not Even Close: Ruby LSAPI 4.1 Bests Nginx + Passenger (Another Benchmark)

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Part 2 — Downloading

 

In the last post, we benchmarked the uploading speed of LSWS 4.2.2 (with Ruby LSAPI 4.1) against Nginx with Passenger for a Ruby Rails Rack application. But rewindableinput was not our only change in Ruby LSAPI 4.1. (more…)

Don’t Get Overrun When You Update

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

4.2.2 New Features: REFRESH Cache, Stale Cache Mechanism

1. How to REFRESH/PURGE cache manually

/usr/local/lsws/admin/misc>/usr/local/lsws/admin/fcgi-bin/admin_php purge_cache_byurl.php

Synopsis: php purge_cache_byurl.php -(r|p) domain url [server_ip] [port]-r: refresh cache (use stale cache while updating cache)
-p: purge cache (delete cache entry) (more…)

Not Even Close: Ruby LSAPI 4.1 Bests Nginx + Passenger (A Benchmark, Of Course)

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

Part 1 — Uploading

 

Now that we’ve finished tweaking the latest update of LiteSpeed’s SAPI for Ruby on Rails with Rack, we decided to celebrate with a little benchmarking. (more…)

Switching from Apache: Open_Basedir in the Shared Hosting Environment

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Summary

Open_basedir, a PHP directive, is ignored by suPHP. LSWS, however, honors open_basdir settings. So, when you move from Apache to LSWS, you may encounter restrictions that, though they were there before, were never honored in your shared hosting environment. (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…)

LiteSpeed Against Thc-ssl-dos

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

thc-ssl-dos script was published two days ago, and it has been posted all-over the internet. You may wonder if LiteSpeed is vulnerable to this attack. The short answer is (more…)

Speed Up vBulletin Sites Through LiteSpeed Built-in Cache

Friday, January 28th, 2011

LiteSpeed has provided a built-in cache functionality (an advanced feature for Enterprise 2+CPU licenses) since version 4.0 (March, 2009), and keeps improving this feature through subsequent 4.0.x releases. Many of you maybe still not aware of the powerfulness of this feature. (more…)

LiteSpeed Out-Performs Nginx + Apache Against DDoS attack

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

While most people stay with their families and relax on Christmas Eve (well, the holiday season), cyber attackers often take advantage of this time to prove their existence. (more…)