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 ====== WHM Plugin - LiteSpeed Cache For WordPress Management ====== ====== WHM Plugin - LiteSpeed Cache For WordPress Management ======
 The LiteSpeed WHM plugin contains a section for managing LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress. ​ This wiki entry will guide you through the different operations and management actions you can take when using our plugin. The LiteSpeed WHM plugin contains a section for managing LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress. ​ This wiki entry will guide you through the different operations and management actions you can take when using our plugin.
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 If you do not see the **LiteSpeed Cache For WordPress Management** section on your LiteSpeed WHM plugin screen, please upgrade LiteSpeed Web Server to 5.1.x at the minimum. If you do not see the **LiteSpeed Cache For WordPress Management** section on your LiteSpeed WHM plugin screen, please upgrade LiteSpeed Web Server to 5.1.x at the minimum.
  
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 ===== Getting Started ===== ===== Getting Started =====
-**Cache Root Setup** is a one-time action, and is actually the //first thing you need to do// before you can try any of the other options. Once the cache root has been set up for the first time, there will be no need to do it again, and you will be free to use the other options at will. 
  
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-From the initial plugin screen you should be presented with different options under the **LiteSpeed Cache For WordPress Management** section. ​\\ + 
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 +  * The fourth option, **Cache Root Setup** is a one-time action, and is actually the //first thing you need to do// before you can try any of the other options. Once the cache root has been set up for the first time, there will be no need to do it again, and you will be free to use the other options at will.
   * **Manage Cache Installations** allows you to manage LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress on your individual WordPress installations.   * **Manage Cache Installations** allows you to manage LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress on your individual WordPress installations.
   * **Mass Enable Cache** & **Mass Disable Cache** can be used to enable/​disable LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress on all discovered WordPress installations which are not flagged (more on flags later).   * **Mass Enable Cache** & **Mass Disable Cache** can be used to enable/​disable LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress on all discovered WordPress installations which are not flagged (more on flags later).
-  * **LSCWP Version Manager** displays the currently active LSCache for WordPress version (more on the Active Version later). It also allows you to adjust this active LSCache for WordPress version and to upgrade and downgrade LSCache for WordPress installations based on their current version.+  * **Version Manager** displays the currently active LSCache for WordPress version (more on the Active Version later). It also allows you to adjust this active LSCache for WordPress version and to upgrade and downgrade LSCache for WordPress installations based on their current version.
  
 ===== Cache Root Setup ===== ===== Cache Root Setup =====
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 This screen searches for Server level cache root definitions in either the ''/​usr/​local/​apache/​conf/​includes/​pre_main_global.conf''​ file or in the LiteSpeed Web Server Web Admin under ''​Server > Cache > Cache Storage Settings > Storage Path''​ setting. This screen searches for Server level cache root definitions in either the ''/​usr/​local/​apache/​conf/​includes/​pre_main_global.conf''​ file or in the LiteSpeed Web Server Web Admin under ''​Server > Cache > Cache Storage Settings > Storage Path''​ setting.
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 Where ''​lscache''​ is the CacheRoot path. In this case, the VHost level cache root will be set to ''/​home/<​user_folder>/​lscache''​ Where ''​lscache''​ is the CacheRoot path. In this case, the VHost level cache root will be set to ''/​home/<​user_folder>/​lscache''​
  
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 **Set Missing Cache Roots** - Sets Server level and VHost level Cache Root definitions if they are detected as not set. **Set Missing Cache Roots** - Sets Server level and VHost level Cache Root definitions if they are detected as not set.
 
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