LiteSpeed now offers a Web Cache Manager function in cPanel to manage and install cache installations.
The configuration of LiteSpeed cache is managed by entries added to the .htaccess file in your websites document root so the tools provided by the LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager basically automate adding or removing the entries from .htaccess.
If your website has an existing cache service installed the function will not write to the .htaccess file, in this context enabling LiteSpeed Cache will fail and return an error, so if you're migrating from using an alternative cache service to LiteSpeed cache, please ensure to disable and remove the existing cache service before proceeding to enable LiteSpeed cache.
To begin managing your LiteSpeed cache installations, please login to cPanel and navigate to the LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager using the Find function.
Now scroll to the bottom of the LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager homepage, and select WordPress Cache.
To discover WordPress installations hosted within your cPanel account, please run the Scan function.
Now Discovered WordPress installations will be included in the list so you can Enable or Disable cache, additionally you can set a Flag, if you would like a service to be excluded from LiteSpeed cache.
If you would like to apply more advanced LiteSpeed cache configurations to your website, we recommend installing the LiteSpeed Cache plugin.