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07 Feb
2020
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Install ClassicPress with LiteSpeed Caching in cPanel

ClassicPress is a community-led open-source lightweight CMS and a fork of WordPress. It has strong security, minimal bloat, and hence has excellent speed capabilities. We here at BaseZap support ClassicPress on our wide-range of services from shared hosting to managed VPS and dedicated servers. Installing ClassicPress with LiteSpeed Caching Plugin can be achieved in a […]

16 Dec
2019
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Host Google Analytics js file locally with auto update

Google Analytics help you make data-driven decisions by showing you the stats that matter. It shows how the users of the website interact with the website’s content. It shows what per cent of the user clicked on which link on the website and much more. Google Analytics js fetch request is marked as an external […]

18 Oct
2019
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[FIXED] Too many open files error on LiteSpeed Web Server

Website is crashing on traffic spike? Website facing 503 Service Unavailable error? Webserver throwing the following errors in the logs. [ERROR] [*:443] HttpListener::acceptConnection(): Accept failed:Too many open files! /usr/local/lsws/cachedata/priv/1/a/6/1a68a623c1d9ccbc: open() failed: Too many open files Such errors occur when open limits on the server are exhausted by the web server and other services. “Too many […]

07 Feb
2019
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Guide to enable GZIP Compression using .htaccess

Getting low PageSpeed Score on the Testing Tools for your website? PageSpeed Test tool shows a suggestion tip to enable GZIP compression for your website to improve the PageSpeed Score? In this guide, we will show you how to enable GZIP Compression using .htaccess on your websites. Websites based on WordPress CMS are highly benefited […]

24 Jan
2019
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Guide for letting memcached only listen on localhost

Are you concerned about the security while using memcached on your server with Railgun? There is a solution by letting memcached only listen on localhost i.e. 127.0.0.1 IP. Doing so, remote access is not possible with the memcached setup on your server. This will make your system one step ahead to security. This can be done with […]

21 Jan
2019
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Force HTTPS on the Websites using .htaccess

Bought SSL for your domain and finished with the SSL installation? Now wondering how to force HTTPS on the Websites using .htaccess? Great find as your search will be complete with this guide. Today we will share a few .htaccess rules that can be used to Force HTTPS on the website with www version and non-version as […]

02 Jan
2019
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Install LiteSpeed Cache Plugin in WordPress Website

Our servers are equipped with LiteSpeed Web Server for better performance and better resources management on the servers. There are few users who are highly concerned with the website load times and want to make use of caching mechanism using some plugin for their WordPress websites. Today we have good news for the users who […]

09 Nov
2018
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Difference between PHP-CGI and PHP-FPM

Confused to use PHP-CGI or PHP-FPM for your websites on your web server? We will share some information about PHP-CGI and PHP-FPM in this article. When running PHP through the web server, there are two distinct options: running it using PHP’s CGI, or running it as a PHP-FPM, for the web server. Let’s learn some […]

09 Nov
2018
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Guide to Install LiteSpeed Web Server on cPanel/WHM Servers

LiteSpeed Web Server (LSWS), is proprietary web server software. LiteSpeed Web Server is the leading high-performance, high-scalability web server from Litespeed technologies. It can be used to replace an existing Apache server without changing any other programs or operating system details, and without breaking anything. LSWS is compatible with commonly-used Apache features, including mod_rewrite, .htaccess, and mod_security. LSWS can […]

01 Sep
2018
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Guide to Raise ulimit open files and MySQL open_files_limit

The operating system provides ways of limiting the amount of resource that can be used. Limits are set for each user but are applied separately to each process that is running for that user. Administering Unix servers can be a challenge, especially when the systems you manage are heavily used and performance problems reduce availability. Linux itself […]