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  • cpanel + litespeed = easy | LiteSpeed Support Forums
    enabled I did several tests but included only one result here the results were similar no matter what test i tried test php print hello apache ab c 20 t 120 n 200000 http test php Requests per second 406 75 sec mean observed load average 1 61 litespeed ab c 20 t 120 n 200000 http test php Requests per second 1977 87 sec mean observed load average 0 28 1 5th the load 5x more requests per second is a nice result to see browsing to the forum and writing this post took more time than all of the above combined anything Jun 17 2011 1 NiteWave Administrator Thanks for the writing NiteWave Jun 17 2011 2 avaliaNon New Member cpanel litespeed easy I asked about Joomla as a way for me to create my own website Sounds like it would take some time to learn How about Cpanel Is that fairly easy to learn to use avaliaNon Jun 22 2011 3 cmanns New Member avaliaNon said I asked about Joomla as a way for me to create my own website Sounds like it would take some time to learn How about Cpanel Is that fairly easy to learn to use Click to expand If you don t even have a site yet shared hosting would probably be your first stop Even busy sites rarely need their own system in the case with my hosting CPanel is a pain Next time benchmark mpm event mod fcgid apache and tune the php conf cmanns Jun 22 2011 4 webizen New Member Floriarmblome said this is my first time building a site using cpanel and while i am sure it is superior in many ways i have much to learn so i was wondering if there were any recommended tutorial

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  • webizen | LiteSpeed Support Forums
    Member webizen was last seen Jul 31 2013 li data history on Profile Posts Recent Activity Postings Information There are no messages on webizen s profile yet Show Ignored Content Loading View Loading View Interact Content Find all content by webizen Find all threads by webizen Your name or email address Do you already have an account No create an account now Yes my password is Forgot your password Stay

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  • UWH-David | LiteSpeed Support Forums
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  • Out-dated Customer List on Homepage | LiteSpeed Support Forums
    1 Himanshu Guest What about new customers So what about new customers When new list will be release Himanshu Sep 15 2010 2 nullx8 New Member how to know they change it if the X Herders hidden out of my personal experience nginx is the worst exept you have unlimited CPU Power Lsws does the same on our Frontend where nginx needed double the reccources and random crashes lsws now serves about 400pages sec in average flawless on a dual CPU machine with 4GB memory not even using the laws cache nginx was on fire at 260 sec at most using double the memory on a faster machine so the ones moved back seems to have some secret we do not really know about well i don t care anyway laws does the job much slicker then apache apache may be more extendable providing more ways on getting things included and more modules available more features but well in the end i need the code to be delivered QUICK and stable and this is what lsws does best Last edited May 8 2012 nullx8 May 8 2012 3 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored

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  • nullx8 | LiteSpeed Support Forums
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  • IPMAN | LiteSpeed Support Forums
    was last seen Nov 12 2011 li data history on Profile Posts Recent Activity Postings Information There are no messages on IPMAN s profile yet Show Ignored Content Loading View Loading View Interact Content Find all content by IPMAN Find all threads by IPMAN Your name or email address Do you already have an account No create an account now Yes my password is Forgot your password Stay logged in

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  • LiteSpeed Review A+ | LiteSpeed Support Forums
    RAM Hosted on an X3440 8GB Node With RAID 10 I have been an LiteSpeed user for around 15 day s now and all i can do is praise it Before i made the switch from Apache i was debating cost vs performance and after using it for a while i can clearly see that the cost vs performance ratio is a worth while investment On Apache i was using around 700MB Ram now using LiteSpeed am only using around 450MB Ram I wanted to bring the VPS Ram level to the 512MB mark to lower my footprint on the node and its blown away all of my expectations so fair by coming down to 450MB The VPS feels alot more responsive and snappy which is fantastic Installation was seemless and flawless Installed by an experienced LiteSpeed admin The Admin Console within WHM is a very nice feature I havent been able to test any of the DDos capabilitys yet as i havent had an attack But from what other people say am sure it will exceed my expectations in that department The license price vs ram saving s is fantastic Thanks for reading Last edited Oct 16 2010 IPMAN Oct 16 2010 1 NiteWave Administrator Thanks for sharing Maybe 4 1RC3 has even lower memory overhead you can try and compare NiteWave Oct 17 2010 2 anewday Moderator Thanks for the nice review anewday Oct 21 2010 3 NiteWave Administrator I moved this thread from LiteSpeed Web Server General to General Use Cases NiteWave Oct 21 2010 4 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address Do you already have an account No create an account now Yes my password is Forgot your password Stay

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  • cmanns | LiteSpeed Support Forums
    are no messages on cmanns s profile yet Show Ignored Content Loading View Loading View About Home Page http xenserv com Occupation XenServ Interact Content Find all content by cmanns Find all threads by cmanns AIM cmanns91 Yahoo Messenger cmanns91 Skype cmanns91 Signature William C Manns Owner of XenServ Co Need LiteSpeed Hosting Server Tuning or Other Help I m your guy http xenserv com http evilpuma com Your name

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