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litespeed_wiki:cpanel:whm-plugin-lscwp-management [2019/04/23 14:23]
Michael Alegre [Recommend A Plugin]
litespeed_wiki:cpanel:whm-plugin-lscwp-management [2019/04/24 18:04]
Michael Alegre [Manage Cache Installations]
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 ===== Cache Root Setup ===== ===== Cache Root Setup =====
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 +Equivalent CLI commands: ''​setcacheroot''​
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 +Example: ''​./​lscmctl setcacheroot''​ <​nowiki>​[</​nowiki>​[[litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​cli-lscwp-management|Go to CLI page]]<​nowiki>​]</​nowiki>​
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 Click **WHM Plugin > LiteSpeed Configuration > Cache Root Setup** Click **WHM Plugin > LiteSpeed Configuration > Cache Root Setup**
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   * **WordPress Dash Notifier** is used to recommend a plugin or broadcast a message to all discovered WordPress installations using the Dash Notifier plugin for WordPress.   * **WordPress Dash Notifier** is used to recommend a plugin or broadcast a message to all discovered WordPress installations using the Dash Notifier plugin for WordPress.
 ===== Manage Cache Installations ===== ===== Manage Cache Installations =====
 +Equivalent CLI commands: ''​scan'',​ ''​enable'',​ ''​disable'',​ ''​flag'',​ ''​unflag'',​ ''​status''​
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 +Example: ''​./​lscmctl scan -n''​ <​nowiki>​[</​nowiki>​[[litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​cli-lscwp-management|Go to CLI page]]<​nowiki>​]</​nowiki>​
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 The manage view is where most of the magic happens. ​ Here you can manage LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress for your WordPress installations individually or in small groups. (There is nothing wrong with big groups, but that is what **Mass Enable Cache** and **Mass Disable Cache** are for) The manage view is where most of the magic happens. ​ Here you can manage LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress for your WordPress installations individually or in small groups. (There is nothing wrong with big groups, but that is what **Mass Enable Cache** and **Mass Disable Cache** are for)
  
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 ===== Mass Enable Cache & Mass Disable Cache =====  ===== Mass Enable Cache & Mass Disable Cache ===== 
 +Equivalent CLI commands: ''​scan'',​ ''​enable'',​ ''​disable''​
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 +Example: ''​./​lscmctl enable -m''​ <​nowiki>​[</​nowiki>​[[litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​cli-lscwp-management|Go to CLI page]]<​nowiki>​]</​nowiki>​
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 ===== Version Manager ===== ===== Version Manager =====
 +Equivalent CLI commands: ''​setversion'',​ ''​upgrade''​
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 +Example: ''​./​lscmctl setversion --latest''​ <​nowiki>​[</​nowiki>​[[litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​cli-lscwp-management|Go to CLI page]]<​nowiki>​]</​nowiki>​
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 ===== WordPress Dash Notifier ===== ===== WordPress Dash Notifier =====
 +Equivalent CLI commands: ''​dashnotify'',​ ''​dashnotifyremove''​
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 +Example: ''​./​lscmctl dashnotify -m -plugin litespeed-cache -msgfile /​path/​to/​msg/​file''​ <​nowiki>​[</​nowiki>​[[litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​cli-lscwp-management|Go to CLI page]]<​nowiki>​]</​nowiki>​
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 +The WordPress Dash Notifier feature is used to recommend a WordPress plugin or broadcast an informational message to all discovered WordPress installations. These messages will appear in the WordPress Dashboard of each site. 
  
 +This tool is especially useful for hosting providers who wish to suggest LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress to their clients, rather than installing it directly for them via Mass Enable.
 ==== Recommend A Plugin ==== ==== Recommend A Plugin ====
 {{ :​litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​whm-plugin-main-dashnotifier_rap.png?​nolink |}} {{ :​litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​whm-plugin-main-dashnotifier_rap.png?​nolink |}}
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 === End Result === === End Result ===
-  - User does not have the '​litespeed-cache'​ plugin installed+  - User does not have the plugin ('​litespeed-cache'​) installed: \\ {{ :​litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​whm-plugin-main-dashnotifier_rap_install.png?​nolink |}} \\¬†
 +  - User has plugin ('​litespeed-cache'​) installed, but deactivated:​ \\ {{ :​litespeed_wiki:​cpanel:​whm-plugin-main-dashnotifier_rap_activate.png?​nolink |}} \\¬†
 +  - User has '​litespeed-cache'​ plugin installed ​and active: \\ * No message will be displayed¬†
 ==== Broadcast A Message ====  ==== Broadcast A Message ==== 
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 **Mass Remove -** Remove notification message (and Dash Notifier plugin) from all discovered WordPress installations. **Mass Remove -** Remove notification message (and Dash Notifier plugin) from all discovered WordPress installations.
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 +=== End Result ===
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 +==== Other Info ====
 +  * WordPress users who click the "​Dismiss"​ button will not be re-notified if the provided dashboard message (and plugin slug when recommending a plugin) match those of the dismissed message.
 +  * WordPress users who click the "Never Notify Me Again" button will have the Dash Notifier plugin uninstalled and a '​.dash_notifier_bypass'​ file created in their installation'​s root directory. These users will not be notified of any further messages while this file exists.
  
 ===== Testing Caching ===== ===== Testing Caching =====
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