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litespeed_wiki:other-ext-apps:nodejs-setup [2015/07/28 21:27]
Michael Alegre created
litespeed_wiki:other-ext-apps:nodejs-setup [2018/10/10 20:09]
Jackson Zhang [Setting Up Node.js]
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 Node.js is a platform that generally runs as a separate web server. LiteSpeed Web Server can be configured to proxy traffic to Node.js so that users can run Node.js applications (like Ghost) on their sites. Node.js is a platform that generally runs as a separate web server. LiteSpeed Web Server can be configured to proxy traffic to Node.js so that users can run Node.js applications (like Ghost) on their sites.
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 +If you have CloudLinux, cPanel or DirectAdmin and are running Enterprise Litespeed 5.3 or higher, as far as Node.js is working well on Apache, it should work well on LiteSpeed out of the box without a proxy. ​ See: [[https://​www.litespeedtech.com/​support/​wiki/​doku.php/​litespeed_wiki:​cloudlinux:​node.js_selector|How to use CloudLinux Node.js Selector with LSWS]].
  
 The following wiki guides you through the steps to set up Node.js with LiteSpeed Web Server. The wiki assumes that you have a functional LSWS installation running off of Apache configurations (though the steps can be easily adapted to using LSWS-native configuration files). The following wiki guides you through the steps to set up Node.js with LiteSpeed Web Server. The wiki assumes that you have a functional LSWS installation running off of Apache configurations (though the steps can be easily adapted to using LSWS-native configuration files).
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   * If you encounter errors using Node.js, please make sure that Node.js is started and running when using it.   * If you encounter errors using Node.js, please make sure that Node.js is started and running when using it.
 +  * If you continue to encounter errors validate that your application works correctly with Node.js running without Litespeed.
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