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-====== LiteSpeed Cache for WordPressImport/Export ====== +~~REDIRECT>​https://docs.litespeedtech.com/lscache/lscwp/toolbox/~~
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-Use these functions to backup your LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress configuration to a local file, or restore it from one. +
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-Situations where this would come in handy: +
-  * You are making an experimental change. Save your original configuration so that you may restore it if your experiment doesn'​t go well. +
-  * You are moving from a development server to a live one. +
-  * You are migrating your installation to a new host. +
-  * You manage several WP sites and you'd like to cache them all with the same settings. +
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-Note: If you export from one server and import into another, you will need to manually update any server-specific settings. For example, **Crawler > Site IP**, and **CDN > Original URL**. There may be other settings that vary from server to server, so have a quick look at all of the settings after you import! +
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-===== Export Settings ===== +
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-Simply press the **Export** button. A data file will be created and saved on your local device. The next time you visit the Import/Export page, you will see a **Last exported** section that reminds you of the name of the most recently exported file and how long ago it was saved. +
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-===== Import Settings ===== +
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-Press the **Choose File** button to select a previously exported data file, and press **Import**LSCWP will read the data file and //replace all of your existing settings// with the settings in the file. +
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-Please be careful with this! If you accidentally overwrite settings you meant to keep, there is no way to restore them, unless you have a sufficient backup system in place. +
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