If you're asking about how HTTP/2 support is doing right now, there are some bugs still, but we're working on improving it. It does support curl. We are working on getting it in line with the h2spec test right now.
Hmmm... That is weird. We're doing a lot of work on HTTP/2 right now, so maybe it will be fixed in the next release. (Or maybe in Chrome's next release.) It will be very hard to fix it before we can isolate what part is causing the issue, though.
We just put out versions 1.3.9 and 1.4.6. They contain numerous bug fixes and improvements to our HTTP/2 support. The most important fix is probably for a high CPU usage problem that a couple users reported. Anyone on 1.3.8 or 1.4.5 should definitely upgrade to the next version...
I just wanted to let you know that the developers have looked at this. They think the issue may have been caused by using an IPv6 address with -b. Have you tried this with an IPv4 address. (I know you fixed it, but, well, I'd like to know.)
Sorry for not replying. Somehow I missed this.
There should not be. If you upgrade from 1.3.x to 1.4.x your configs will be automatically updated to plain text configs (from XML). If you see any loss of configs, please let us know. That would be a bug.
Right. So you want to expose it to more SAPIs? That's cool, but I can't help but ask why? What would you be hoping to connect it to?
Still, if you want to do it, I'd like to see if someone can help you. Let me see what people say.
Thanks for your interest in OpenLiteSpeed. I was talking with the developers about this thread during lunch. It's probably best not to build any modules for LSIAPI yet, since it's still in flux.
Also, we're not quite sure what you're trying to do. It seems like the module you're...
Sorry if this is confusing. I believe these may be holdovers from Enterprise settings. I'm not quite sure what they do on OpenLiteSpeed. For setting up suEXEC, though, you need to set the VHost Security > ExtApp Set UID Mode setting. This should enable suEXEC for this vhost...
I'm not sure exactly what is causing this bug, but we have found that there is a bug in 1.3.8 that is causing high load. The bug does not exist in 1.3.7, so you can downgrade one version if you like. We also should be releasing a fix for this bug soon. The developers say they have...