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Does Plesk support OpenLiteSpeed Web Server or LiteSpeed installed manually? 

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    Alex

    Does this mean Plesk does not support Openlightspeed server installed both manually and via extension? Because, extension supports Lightspeed server, does not mention OLS.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Adrian Chan

    Such configuration wasn't tested and won't work without heavy customizations, which may be overwritten on updates or by "plesk repair" commands.

    Plesk by Default is provided with Nginx and Apache.

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    Adrian Chan

    Hi,

    Does Plesk support remote docker container (OpenLiteSpeed) implementation similar to the Varnish URL?

    https://www.plesk.com/blog/product-technology/varnish-wordpress-docker-container/

    Thanks!

     

     

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