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  1. #101
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    LightSpeed is Amazing.
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  2. #102
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    We use LiteSpeed almost on all our Shared Hosting servers, and servers are really more stable then with Apache. I cannot remember when we had problems with some overload or downtime.
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  3. #103
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turelio View Post
    We use LiteSpeed almost on all our Shared Hosting servers, and servers are really more stable then with Apache. I cannot remember when we had problems with some overload or downtime.
    LiteSpeed is definitely an exceptional product.

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  4. #104
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    I know this is an old thread and I may get in trouble for bumping it but I wanted to update since I have been using it since I made this thread which is over 2 years ago.

    We still use litespeed on all of our servers and still swear by it. There has been a few problems here and there with bugs and security issues but it all gets fixed real fast. I know George personally and he listens to all of my reports and concerns no matter how paranoid or minor they are. He is a great guy and listens to his customers.

    I give litespeed credit for making my business what it is today. I simply could not have done it with apache or any other web server. When I first made this post I was pretty much struggling trying to do ddos protected hosting with apache, with litespeed it made it much easier. Litespeed does not do it all for you, there is still lots of server and network level things needed but overall it is a very essential part of our services. I would also like to add that our network Staminus.net has also been an essential part of our growth. Without either one we probably would have been another failed hosting company.

    I see lots of other hosts have converted to litespeed and lots of users like it. This makes for more competiton but Im glad to see it take off the way it did. I would like to think that I helped Litespeed grow to what it is today from my reviews, reccomendations and feedback.

    And that is it, please dont kill me mods for bumping this I seen it on a google search and figured I would give it a 2 year update

  5. #105
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    Quote Originally Posted by felosi View Post
    I know this is an old thread and I may get in trouble for bumping it but I wanted to update since I have been using it since I made this thread which is over 2 years ago.
    I hope you don't get in trouble, I think it's great that you gave us an update, thanks for your 2-year Litespeed review! Considering this and other reports, it looks like Litespeed is an excellent choice for many web servers.

  6. #106
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    I Find it funny how this thread is all about how litespeed is the best http server and provides better up-time... Yet I try and go to their website: http://www.litespeedtech.com/ and it times out

    Lol, I cant say that I've used litespeed, I will give it a try when their site gets back up. :-\

  7. #107
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    Their online store is still online & working fine.
    http://store.litespeedtech.com/

  8. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdnero View Post
    Their online store is still online & working fine.
    http://store.litespeedtech.com/
    Yea, their whole sites back up again. Prob just a reboot or something :-/ lol

  9. #109
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    Tried lsws now, to maybe give better performce than apache2 does.
    I linked to up to the apache2 config, and it did work out of the box for a little while.
    But when traffic started to get higher, the trouble started for me.
    Its hopefully some config thats needed, but i need to test it more before putting it out in production, good its easy to swap back
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  10. #110
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    Hey Now!

    I have to give my 0.02! LiteSpeed Rocks! We use it on our shared servers and recommend it to all vps and dedicated clients as well.

    We have been using it sooo much that we finally partnered with them and they are great to work with.
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  11. #111
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    I've decided to give Litespeed a go on my dedicated server. It should work well with my vBulletin forums.


  12. #112
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    WHT this forum uses Litespeed, doesn't it?

  13. #113
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    used to, but not anymore i believe

  14. #114
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    It looks like apache right now (from HTTP header response).

  15. #115
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    WHT used Litespeed for a while, but then switched back to Apache.

  16. #116
    Quote Originally Posted by ProDesigning View Post
    Hey Now!

    I have to give my 0.02! LiteSpeed Rocks! We use it on our shared servers and recommend it to all vps and dedicated clients as well.

    We have been using it sooo much that we finally partnered with them and they are great to work with.
    We have server with WHM. So, cPanel team maybe is working on it. Seem good option to implement in servers.

    Daniel

  17. #117
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    LiteSpeed + LSAPI vs. Apache + Passenger vs. Nginx + Passenger

    Many asked for updated benchmarks and here it is!

    http://blog.litespeedtech.com/2009/1...enger/#more-97

  18. #118
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    Benchmark Comparison on Serving Small Static Files: LiteSpeed vs Apache vs Nginx

    http://blog.litespeedtech.com/2009/1...ache-vs-nginx/

  19. #119
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    Thanks a lot for this review, I'm finding out a lot about litespeed on here and I think I might make the switch if it will prove to be a legitimate performance advantage over Apache.

    It seems like its a lot better for serving static files overall.
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  20. #120
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    HI,

    All our servers use LiteSpeed and we absolutely love it.

  21. #121
    It sounds like LiteSpeed Servers were pretty popular 7 months ago, are they still doing well now?

    I'm thinking about switching to them but just want to make sure nothing has changed since then...

    Thanks for the help
    Last edited by bear; 01-02-2011 at 11:45 AM.

  22. #122
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    If you have budget and you need apache compatible .htaccess, go with litespeed.
    Otherwise, consider lighttpd or nginx (I prefer nginx over anything)

  23. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by muratzilla View Post
    If you have budget and you need apache compatible .htaccess, go with litespeed.
    Otherwise, consider lighttpd or nginx (I prefer nginx over anything)
    I use to use Lightspeed but have stopped using it because of the price. I couldn't afford it, so I switched to Apache + nginx. Nginx handles the images, CSS and JavaScript while Apache processes the PHP requests.

  24. #124
    LiteSpeed is so great.
    I've use it before 2-3 months ago.
    Now on my New Server I'm gonna take it.

    Thanks.

  25. #125
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    Quote Originally Posted by CH-Shaun View Post
    I use to use Lightspeed but have stopped using it because of the price. I couldn't afford it, so I switched to Apache + nginx. Nginx handles the images, CSS and JavaScript while Apache processes the PHP requests.
    Consider adding mod_ruid2 for the PHP requests. It's much faster than the default Apache PHP.
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