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Lisa Clarke Redirect to LSCPS Plugin Page
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-====== LSCache + PrestaShop Configuration ====== +~~REDIRECT>​litespeed_wiki:​cache:​lscps~~
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-**Note: This page describes an easy way to set up simple caching for PrestaShop installations. With the release of LiteSpeed Cache for PrestaShop, though, this solution is now deprecated. [[litespeed_wiki:​cache:​lscps|Click here]] for the LiteSpeed Cache for PrestaShop installation and configuration manual.** +
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-LSCache, similar to Varnish cache, is a simpler and more efficient page-caching solution built in to LiteSpeed Web Server. When used in conjunction with PrestaShop, you can expect significant performance gains with a quick and easy setup. Cache management is also made significantly easier and more flexible. While the LiteSpeed cache plugin for Prestashop is still in development,​ rewrite rules can be used to customize LSCache'​s behavior. +
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-Below are some recommended configurations to enable LSCache and get it working with your PrestaShop site(s). +
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-===== Configure Server/​Virtual-Host-Level Cache Root And Cache Policy ===== +
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-Server/​Virtual-Host-level cache storage needs to be configured properly for your environment. Select your server setup from the **Web Server Configuration** section of our [[litespeed_wiki:​cache:​common_installation#​web_server_configuration|LiteSpeed Cache Installation Guide]] and follow the instructions to set the server/​virtual-host-level cache root and cache policy. +
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-===== Rewrite Rules ===== +
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-At the top of your ''​.htaccess''​ file, located in the document root of your PrestaShop installation,​ add the following:​ +
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-  ########## Begin - Litespeed cache +
-  <​IfModule LiteSpeed>​ +
-    RewriteEngine On +
-    CacheDisable public / +
-    RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(www.)?​your_domain_name.com [NC] +
-    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !your_admin_folder|404|address|authentication|best-sales|cart|contact|discount|guest-tracking|history|identity|order|password|products-comparison|search|account|friend|login|logout|addresses|contact-us|order-history|my-account|order-confirmation|order-follow|quick-order|credit-slip|password-recovery [NC] +
-    RewriteCond %{HTTP_COOKIE} !logged|cart [NC] +
-    RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} !nocache [NC] +
-    RewriteRule .* - [E=Cache-Control:​max-age=900] +
-  </​IfModule>​ +
-  ########## End - Litespeed cache +
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-====Notes==== +
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-  * The ''​CacheDisable public /''​ directive is used to help protect against globally-enabled caching and is optional. If this directive is not used, the server'​s global cache settings should be checked to ensure that cache is not enabled globally. **Do NOT** use ''​CacheEnable public /''​ here as it will enable caching for all URLs belonging to this virtual host, including admin pages. +
-  * ''​your_domain_name.com''​ is the web address of your PrestaShop site and ''​your_admin_folder''​ is the PrestaShop administration folder name specified during installation. Replace them with your real domain name and admin folder. +
-  * For any friendly URLs included in the ''​REQUEST_URI''​ configuration line, make sure any corresponding translated (rewritten) URLs are also included. (To view friendly URLs in the PrestaShop administration interface, navigate to **Preferences > SEO & URLs**.) +
-  * We recommend using a different domain for your backend such as backend.your_domain_name.com so that you can add/​edit/​preview a website'​s content through the admin domain without worrying about these changes being cached and seen by visitors. +
-  * To get the non-cached version of a page, add the ''​nocache''​ query string to a URL. +
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-For example +
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-  https://​www.your_domain_name.com/​about?​nocache +
-  https://​www.your_domain_name.com/​about?​some_other_query_string&​nocache +
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-===== Verify Cache Setup ===== +
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-Look for ''​X-LiteSpeed-Cache:​ hit''​ in the reply headers. [[litespeed_wiki:​cache:​no-plugin-setup-guidline#​verify_that_pages_are_served_from_the_cache|See more detailed directions here]]. +
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-===== Deleting Outdated Cache Files Using A Cron Job ===== +
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-Please refer to [[litespeed_wiki:​cache:​no-plugin-setup-guidline#​deleting_outdated_cache_files_using_a_cron_job|this wiki]] to learn how to clean up outdated cache files.+
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