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Discussion in 'General' started by Skacco, Sep 6, 2018.

  1. Skacco

    Skacco New Member

    I've installed openlitespeed (free version), now I want to try the trial version.
    What happened when trial expired? If I want to stay with free version how can I return to the free version if I've installed the enteprise ?
  2. Pong

    Pong Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Upgrade from openlitespeed to LiteSpeed Enterprise trial, you can backup your openlitespeed and remove the installation(if install through yum, just yum remove; If compile yourself, you can remove the installation folder, such as /usr/local/lsws, then install enterprise version and reconfigure the virtual hosts.

    After trial expired, you can not use LSWS at more unless you purchase a license before the expiration. LSWS has a much more advanced feature.

    Downgrade from LSWS to openlitespeed will be the simiar process, backup and remove /usr/local/lsws/ folder or uninstall through package manament such as yum remove. then install openlitespeed and reconfigure virtual hosts.

    May we know do you have any particular reason to switch from OpenLiteSpeed to LiteSpeed Enterprise? Any particular feature you would like to use?
  3. Skacco

    Skacco New Member

    I want to use Prestashop module for caching.. and I read that it is needed the ESI support
    Also I dont know how much does it cost because I read that it is optional
  4. Pong

    Pong Well-Known Member Staff Member

    yes, Prestashop cache will need LiteSpeed Enterprise to work.
    I would suggest you give an LSWS a try since it will boost your store performance dramatically.
    and you can check here for license cost

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