openlitespeed

Redmine

Setting up Redmine on OpenLiteSpeed Setting up Redmine Requirements Installing Ruby & Dependencies Dependencies Ruby Ruby Gems Configuring OpenLiteSpeed Creating a Virtual Host Set the Document Root Setup the App Server Setup the Virtual Host Directory Create the Virtual Host Directory Installing Redmine Download, Extract,…

LiteSpeed Cache Module

  This article will explain how to add and configure LiteSpeed Cache on OpenLiteSpeed via the cache module. Using this module, OpenLiteSpeed offers page caching to greatly improve page load times. For this guide, we assume you already have a working installation of OpenLiteSpeed 1.3.1…

Joomla!

Pre-Installation Requirements OpenLiteSpeed Web Server 1.4.19+ installed Joomla installed Virtual Host set up Listener set up Cache set up Install LiteSpeed Cache for Joomla on OpenLiteSpeed Access the Joomla administration panel and login with your username and password. Download com_lscache and lscache_plugin. These are the…

Drupal

Pre-Installation Requirements OpenLiteSpeed Web Server 1.4.19+ installed Drupal 8 installed Virtual Host set up Listener set up Cache set up   Installing LSCache module for Drupal on OpenLiteSpeed   Download the module to your local computer via this GitHub link. Now, go to your Drupal…

LiteSpeed Cache

What is LiteSpeed Cache ? LiteSpeed Cache (LSCache) is a built-in, high-performance dynamic content acceleration feature of the LiteSpeed Web Server. LSCache’s features are very similar to those in Apache mod_cache, but implemented in a more efficient way. LiteSpeed cache works like Varnish. It is…

Proxying with Script Handlers

Proxying with Script Handlers (The easiest way to proxy certain kinds of content.) OpenLiteSpeed can be set up as a reverse proxy to a different server on the backend. This is done by designating that backend server as a web server external application in OpenLiteSpeed’s settings. (This…

Setting up CORS on OpenLiteSpeed

Enabling Cross-Origin Resource Sharing Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a specification that enables truly open access across domain boundaries. If you serve public content, please consider using CORS to open it up for universal JavaScript/browser access. CORS introduces a standard mechanism that can be used…