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For more information on configuring OpenLiteSpeed, see the Enterprise [http://www.litespeedtech.com/docs/ documentation] and [http://www.litespeedtech.com/support/wiki/doku.php wiki]. (We are in the process of creating OpenLiteSpeed-specific documentation.)
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For more information on configuring OpenLiteSpeed, see the Enterprise [http://www.litespeedtech.com/docs/webserver/config documentation] and [http://www.litespeedtech.com/support/wiki/doku.php wiki]. (We are in the process of creating OpenLiteSpeed-specific documentation.)
  
 
== Third Party Applications ==
 
== Third Party Applications ==

Revision as of 14:50, 2 January 2014

Configuring OpenLiteSpeed

How to switch between XML and plain text configurations

Setting up SSL

Setting up WebSocket proxies on OpenLiteSpeed

Setting up OCSP stapling with OpenLiteSpeed

Guide to OpenLiteSpeed's CGI setup

Virtual Hosts

Setting up name-based virtual hosting on OpenLiteSpeed

IP-based virtual hosting on OpenLiteSpeed

Using virtual host templates

PHP

Guide to PHP in OpenLiteSpeed and the default PHP settings

How to build a custom PHP

How to set up a virtual host-specific PHP

How to set up PHP with FCGI SAPI

OpenLiteSpeed as a Reverse Proxy

Reverse proxy basics

Proxying with rewrite rules (The most versatile way to proxy — and the simplest for name-based virtual hosting.)

Proxying with script handlers (The easiest way to proxy certain kinds of content.)

Proxying with contexts (Allows you to add other context functionality on top of your proxying.)

For more information on configuring OpenLiteSpeed, see the Enterprise documentation and wiki. (We are in the process of creating OpenLiteSpeed-specific documentation.)

Third Party Applications

(When available, virtual host templates are the recommended way to configure your server. They're simple and pre-tested. Template files are XML. You will have to right-click the link to download them.)

Drupal tutorial

Joomla! tutorial

Magento tutorial

MediaWiki template Mediawiki tutorial

phpBB template phpBB tutorial

phpList template phpList tutorial

Reverse proxy template Reverse proxy tutorial

SugarCRM tutorial

WordPress tutorial

WP Super Cache template WP Super Cache tutorial

W3 Total Cache template W3 Total Cache tutorial

Unofficial Third Party Guides

Tuning Server Settings 1 Commonly tweaked settings (by eva2000)

Tuning Server Settings 2 Commonly tweaked settings (by eva2000)

How to Recompile PHP (by eva2000)

Step-by-Step Setup with CentOS and Percona Part 1 (by Slavik)

Step-by-Step Setup with CentOS and Percona Part 2 (by Slavik)

Xenforo Setup with CentOS and Percona Part 1 (by Slavik)

Xenforo Setup with CentOS and Percona Part 2 (by Slavik)