How to Configure 4.0 Cache

Discussion in 'Install/Configuration' started by jkeegan, Apr 9, 2009.

  1. jkeegan

    jkeegan New Member

    Does any change need to be made to httpd.conf to enable 4.0 caching feature?
  2. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    You need to configure the cache storage at server level from LSWS console first, then control the cache function with Apache directives

    CacheEnable
    CacheDisable
    CacheIgnoreCacheControl
    CacheMaxExpire
  3. jkeegan

    jkeegan New Member

    Hmmm... I did all that and I can't seem to find any indication that it's working... The cache directory is created and a few small files are added (look like headers) but the cache directory does not increase in size. du -h on that directory shows it is not getting any bigger, it's like 240K...

    Can you walk us through any tips, tricks, gotchas, sample configs, etc. ? Walk us through enabling caching as if we knew nothing whatsoever about LSWS or Apache so we're sure we aren't missing anything? ;-)
  4. LiteSpeeder

    LiteSpeeder New Member

    I'd like to read more info about caching, too.
  5. PSS

    PSS Member

    I really would like to learn all I can about LSWS, so more thorough documentation that will go into real life examples, tweaking, testing, troubleshooting and understanding the settings completely would be much appreciated.
  6. LiteSpeeder

    LiteSpeeder New Member

    A simple example of LSWS & Apache mod_cache usage, please?
  7. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

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