Discussion in 'LiteSpeed Cache' started by NiteWave, Mar 22, 2011.
Not really, it works alright. Have been running it for almost couple of weeks now.
I'm running it on 3.8 just fine.
I don't see where 4.2 would run into any issues.
Can i see the live performance of vb litespeed cache?
What are the negatives? Guests can't see the updated pages?
yes. if you cache 2 minutes, then guest user may not read updated page in recent 2 minutes. usually it's acceptable.
Not able to get this to work on vb 4.2.1 and vbseo 3.6.1.
Followed all the steps mentioned in the wiki here, http://www.litespeedtech.com/support/wiki/doku.php?id=litespeed_wiki:litespeed:cache:vbulletin
And in case of headers, this is what I am getting
Here are the cache settings in Litespeed admin panel
Max Object Size: 1024
is too low, mean 1K, maybe you want 1024K
Storage Path: /tmp/lshttpd
better change to other path, for example /tmp/cache
under /tmp/lshttpd, litespeed process store some internal data which required to run properly.
your cache clean up script won't work if you try to delete these internal data, or litespeed may stop working correctly.
Thank you for the prompt reply. Changed the value to 1024000 and it is still not working.
Also any idea why this is showing for back date? "Expires: Thu, 19 Nov 1981 08:52:00 GMT"
I will ask get the litespeed cache moved to another folder.
Ok I got the cache folder moved to /tmp/cache and added the following entry in crontab
And it is giving me following error
Also now the server is showing a few cache hits, but whenever I test, it shows nothing and also as you can see, cached hits are minuscule.
should be "-delete" not ".delete"
you've made a few typos in just a few posts, so I guess you're a careless person
it may be other typos or small mistakes which make the cache rate low ...
to save time, you can PM me the access to the server, check all related possible mistakes, and finally post the result to the forum.
I was copying and pasting from notepad to putty and that for some reason was changing - to .
Anyways, I am sending you a pm with the login access.
I have updated the .htaccess
original one save as .htaccess.000
the cache hit rate has raised from 0.02% to 9.79%
please test at your end:
1)is the forum's response faster than before ?
2)can you easily test cache hit a page now ?
3)note: the cache is for guest(public cache), if you logged in as a user, you shouldn't see any page which has been cached.
4)any comments about the change of the .htaccess ?
Note: your cache folder is to be full:
~>du -sh /tmp/cache
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda7 1.9G 1.3G 492M 73% /tmp
better to set it to other folder not under /tmp
Thank you .
Getting proper hit now and I am testing with webpagetest.org, so cached pages are served for it.
Response for the most part seems same for the guest, maybe it is the latency between the webpagetest servers and ours.
Saw the changes in the .htaccess and realized my mistake for not changing the vbseologged in to correct value .
Separate names with a comma.