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litespeed_wiki:licenses:trial-license [2018/10/17 21:05]
Kacey Schroeder [The trial license is 2-CPU license equivalent, how do I test to see if a 1-CPU license suits my needs?]
litespeed_wiki:licenses:trial-license [2018/10/17 21:06] (current)
Kacey Schroeder [The trial license is a 2-CPU license equivalent, how do I test to see if I need a 4 or 8-CPU license?]
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 You can create a listener for the IP that your main site associated with. Set “Binding” to one process only. You can create a listener for the IP that your main site associated with. Set “Binding” to one process only.
  
-===== The trial license is a 2-CPU license equivalent, how do I test to see if I need a or 8-CPU license? =====+===== The trial license is a Web Host Professional ​license equivalent, how do I test to see if I need a Web Host Enterprise ​or Web Host Elite license? =====
  
-You can start with a trial license. Usually, a 2-CPU license should be sufficient for a 4 or 8 core server. (Please refer to [[litespeed_wiki:​licenses:​choosing-a-license|Choosing A License]]) If this does not meet your needs, you can order a monthly lease of a 4-CPU or 8-CPU license and try it out. We offer a 30-day money back guarantee if LiteSpeed does not meet your requirements.+You can start with a trial license. Usually, a Web Host Professional ​license should be sufficient for a 4 or 8 core server. (Please refer to [[litespeed_wiki:​licenses:​choosing-a-license|Choosing A License]]) If this does not meet your needs, you can order a monthly lease of a Web Host Enterprise ​or Web Host Elite license and try it out. We offer a 30-day money back guarantee if LiteSpeed does not meet your requirements.
  
  
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