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How to Create Virtual Hosts in OpenLiteSpeed Web Server

In our last article, we discussed the installation of OpenLiteSpeed on CentOS 7, Ubuntu 16.04, and Debian 9. Also, covered some of the important configurations such as Enabling support for PHP 7.0, Configure OpenLiteSpeed to use standard HTTP port 80, and MySQL DB Support. Here are the links to the installation of OpenLiteSpeed, READ: How […]

How to Install OpenLiteSpeed, PHP 7.0 & MariaDB on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

OpenLiteSpeed is an open source web server developed by LiteSpeed Technologies, an open source version of commercial LiteSpeed web server. OpenLiteSpeed is a high-performance HTTP server, and it can handle hundreds and thousands of simultaneous connections with very low resource consumptions. OpenLiteSpeed is available for Linux, OS X, Solaris, and FreeBSD. It supports both SPDY/3.1 and […]

How to Configure Let’s Encrypt SSL in Lighttpd Server

Nowadays, HTTPS sites are every where and they are considered very secure and trusted. After the launch of Let’s Encrypt CA, there is a tremendous increase of HTTPS sites on the internet. Fyi, Let’s Encrypt CA is a certificate authority that provides free x.509 certificate for web servers and control panel. Here, we will create […]

How to Setup Virtual Hosts in Lighttpd Server

Virtual hosting is a technical way of hosting multiple domains on a single server. Hosting multiple domains on a single server increase optimized usage of its resources, such as processor cycles, memory. Types of Virtual Hosting: There are two types of virtual hosting, namely. IP Based – The website can be accessed using IP Address. […]