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memcached or Redis in cpanel with LiteSpeed web server what's best with LiteSpeed ?

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator
    Hey there! memcached is available through the EasyApache 4 tools, so that is easy to set up within the WHM interface. We have a forums thread here that talks about setting up Redis on the system, so you may want to read that over as well:
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  • Spirogg
    Hey there! memcached is available through the EasyApache 4 tools, so that is easy to set up within the WHM interface. We have a forums thread here that talks about setting up Redis on the system, so you may want to read that over as well:
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  • Spirogg
    The installation process would be the same as it still reads all the modules installed on the system. If you are using CloudLinux they have an official guide for the Redis installation here:
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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator
    Sure things. Things are good here, and I hope all is well with you :D
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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator
    The installation process would be the same as it still reads all the modules installed on the system. If you are using CloudLinux they have an official guide for the Redis installation here:
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  • Shoss
    I do not recommend using the CloudLinux KB on a shared hosting server. It will not secure redis. User data cached in redis can be accessed and modified from another account even after adding redis to CageFS.
    If you are using CloudLinux they have an official guide for the Redis installation here:
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