On occasion, we may enable LSCache in bulk to all WordPress installations on the server to both improve performance to your site, and help with efficiency on the server itself.

LiteSpeed Cache (LSCache) is a built-in, high-performance dynamic content acceleration feature of LiteSpeed server products.

LSCache accelerates dynamic content (not just PHP pages), with features very similar to those in Apache mod_cache, using an efficient, highly customizable, native implementation within the LiteSpeed server, which greatly reduces page load time and server load.

If you wish to prevent us from being able to install Litespeed Cache / LSCache to your WordPress installation, you can 'flag' your WordPress installation to prevent this automated action from taking place.

Disable LSCache from Auto Installing

  1. Login to cPanel, and navigate to 'LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager'
  2. Click 'WordPress Cache'
  3. Click 'Scan' to scan for WordPress installations
  4. Click 'Flag' next to any domains you wish to disable LSCache

Disable LSCache where it has already been enabled

  1. Login to cPanel, and navigate to 'LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager'
  2. Click 'WordPress Cache'
  3. Click 'Scan' to scan for WordPress installations
  4. Click 'Disable' next to the WordPress installation
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