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 ====== How to Enable the PageSpeed Module on LSWS ====== ====== How to Enable the PageSpeed Module on LSWS ======
-**IMPORTANT!! ​Google ​PageSpeed module is a little buggy and may cause stability issuesAlso there is not much performance ​benefit so far we can see while it consumes ​a lot of server resources. It may possibly break some of the LiteSpeed cache solution, such as LiteMage etc.   Disabling PageSpeed module in full is recommended.**+**IMPORTANT!! ​Disabling ​PageSpeed module ​in full is now recommended. We have seen that the PageSpeed module can be a little buggy where it may cause stability issues ​and this won't be addressed since it hasn't been maintained for years. ​Also there is not enough ​performance ​benefits ​we can see to make up for it consuming ​a lot of server resources. It may possibly break some of the LiteSpeed cache solutions, such as LiteMage etc. as explained below.**
  
-Mod_pagespeed is a web server module developed by Google. It automatically applies chosen filters to pages and associated assets (stylesheets,​ JavaScript, and HTML files), as well as to images and website cache requirements. It does not require modifications to existing content or workflow, meaning that all internal optimizations and changes to files are made on the server side, presenting modified files directly to the user. +Mod_pagespeed is a web server module ​that was developed by Google. It automatically applies chosen filters to pages and associated assets (stylesheets,​ JavaScript, and HTML files), as well as to images and website cache requirements. It does not require modifications to existing content or workflow, meaning that all internal optimizations and changes to files are made on the server side, presenting modified files directly to the user. 
  
 Since version 5.2, LSWS provides PageSpeed support. It is possible to enable both PageSpeed and LSCache together in theory, but we don't recommend it. Since version 5.2, LSWS provides PageSpeed support. It is possible to enable both PageSpeed and LSCache together in theory, but we don't recommend it.
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