Zend OpCache GUI

Install Zend OpCache on OpenLiteSpeed Server

To install Zend OpCache on OpenLiteSpeed Server, run

Now restart PHP with command

Zend OpCache GUI

Zend OpCache GUI shows stats for OpCache. This is for monitoring purpose only.

You can download it from

https://github.com/amnuts/opcache-gui

All you need to do is download the files, exact it, upload it to your web site. It will show nice graphs with cache statistics.

Zend OpCache GUI

OpenLiteSpeed restart PHP

On OpenLiteSpeed, if you edit php.ini or installed a PHP module, restart OpenLiteSpeed won’t show the changes. You will need to restart PHP process.

You can do this by killing all PHP process with

Or you can create a file

If you need PHP restarted just for a web site, run

OpenLiteSpeed Change Admin Password

OpenLiteSpeed Binary Installation

You can download latest version of OpenLiteSpeed web server from

https://openlitespeed.org/downloads/

There are 2 download links for each version of OpenLiteSpeed, here we use the binary download. To install verison 1.6.9, run

To start/stop OpenLiteSpeed, use following commands

OpenLiteSpeed control panel available at

Default password for admin user is 123456.

OpenLiteSpeed Benchmark

Install OpenLiteSpeed on CentOS

To install OpenLiteSpeed web server on CentOS, install repository for your CentOS version

For CentOS 6

For CentOS 7

For CentOS 8

To install OpenLiteSpeed, run

Before you can install PHP, you need epel repository enabled with

Install PHP with

Set symlink

Start OpenLiteSpeed with

To stop OpenLiteSpeed, run

By default, OpenLiteSpeed will run on port 8088

You can login to Admin Interface at

By default, you see an example application. The configuration file for this is at

Default DocumentRoot is /usr/local/lsws/Example/html. To change, edit file

Find

Replace $VH_ROOT/html/ with whatever path you need. You need to restart OpenLiteSpeed to make the change go live

OpenLiteSpeed Benchmark

OpenLiteSpeed

OpenLiteSpeed is open source version of popular commercial web server LiteSpeed. OpenLiteSpeed contains all of the essential features found in LiteSpeed Enterprise.

You can get OpenLiteSpeed from

https://openlitespeed.org

Here is a benchmark from OpenLiteSpeed web site that compare OpenLiteSpeed with Nginx.

OpenLiteSpeed Benchmark

OpenLiteSpeed configuration file

To start/stop/restart, use

OpenLiteSpeed web server stores cache in directory /usr/local/lsws/cachedata. This can grow big overtime. You can delete this folder to free up space or move it to another partition with free disk space and create a symlink.

Web Server

OpenLiteSpeed Change Admin Password

Install OpenLiteSpeed on Ubuntu/Debian

OpenLiteSpeed ia an Open Source version of LiteSpeed Web Server.

To install OpenLiteSpeed, add repository by running

Now you have openlitespeed packages available on your server. Here is packages available on a Debian 9 server.

OpenLiteSpeed Web Server

To install OpenLiteSpeed, run

OpenLiteSpeed will be installed in folder

You can start/stop OpenLiteSpeed using command

Once installed, you will be able to login to WebAdmin at

You can change default admin passord by going to

Admin > WebAdmin Settings > General > Users

Click on edit icon right side of user “admin”.

OpenLiteSpeed Change Admin Password

You can also change OpenLiteSpeed Admin password by running following command as user root

cyberpanel

Install CyberPanel on CentOS 7

CyberPanel is a hosting control panel created by LitesSeedTech. CyberPanel use OpenLiteSpeed, an open source version of LiteSpeed Web server.

CyberPanel is Free to use for 1 domain, unlimited sub domain.

https://cyberpanel.net/cyberpanel-enterprise/

To install CyberPanel, run

It ask you number of MySQL instance. I selected option 1

LiteSpeed CyberPanel install

On next screen, it ask you to select MariaDB version. MariaDB is a MySQL drop in replacement, it work exactly like MySQL. Once install completed, installer displays login user name and password.

You wil be able to login to CyberPanel at

See LiteSpeed