I switched on debug mode, and found this on the bottom of the generated HTML page:
Object Cache [total] 11320 [hit_incall] 10349 [hit] 0 [miss_incall] 400 [miss] 571 [set] 944
Does this mean LSMCD is working as intended?
I was able to enable the service by switching to UDS instead of TCP, but the connection test fails on all vhosts now.
systemctl status lsmcd.service
● lsmcd.service - LiteSpeed LSMCD Daemon
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/lsmcd.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)...
Until recently, I was not using the suExec mode (lsapi external app) on any of the three virtual hosts on my server. But I recently turned it on for one of them. Things look good except the memcached extension is showing disabled in the wp plugin object cache screen. On the other two vhost...
@ronaldst I have seen this before. Check GSC whether this is related to certain URLs or the entire site. I have mostly seen this with a limited set of URLs. And usually an updated sitemap helps when you press the "fix" button