Posts Tagged ‘litespeed cache’

Web Performance and the Bottom Line Pt. 2

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Yesterday, I linked to a Varnish blog post talking about the effect of page upload time on business. Today I came across a post on the Simple Helix blog I like even more. (more…)

“Web Performance and the Bottom Line” (An External Link)

Thursday, March 21st, 2013

Here’s a post from the Varnish Software blog discussing how web site speed affects online businesses. One of the studies they use is four years old, but I think the numbers they show beautifully illustrate why speed matters: (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…)

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…)

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…)