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    OpenLiteSpeed must be reloaded after change .htaccess

    Hello,

    How to change in OpenLiteSpeed option for .htaccess? Now when I add some lines like rewrite in Wordpress I must reload OLS to see changes. Client can't reload OLS byself, it's only admin things

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockolicious View Post
    Hello,

    How to change in OpenLiteSpeed option for .htaccess? Now when I add some lines like rewrite in Wordpress I must reload OLS to see changes. Client can't reload OLS byself, it's only admin things
    Does any of this help.

    https://openlitespeed.org/kb/migrate...openlitespeed/
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdacus01 View Post
    Hello,

    I know all redirect rules but after changes in file .htaccess I don't have effect. I must reload openlitespeed service to rules working. This is terrible for users beacuse they can't use .htaccess without my service restart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockolicious View Post
    Hello,

    I know all redirect rules but after changes in file .htaccess I don't have effect. I must reload openlitespeed service to rules working. This is terrible for users beacuse they can't use .htaccess without my service restart.
    Is this some shortcoming of da? I am not up on ols so my comments might be off here. In the quick search I did light speed makes this hard. Since the want you to buy the commercial version. Again no expert here but some general googling seem to point to this.
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    Brent Dacus
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    Quote Originally Posted by smtalk View Post
    thanks Martynas
    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by smtalk View Post
    Hi, there is only way to solve this problem? Is it possible to set restart, reload when .htaccess is changed? Minimum one minut delay is also bad delay for user experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockolicious View Post
    Hi, there is only way to solve this problem? Is it possible to set restart, reload when .htaccess is changed? Minimum one minut delay is also bad delay for user experience.
    OpenLiteSpeed would need to support it natively to ‘solve’ it It’s possible to use inotify to watch for .htaccess changes and do this immediately, but it wouldn’t be as light as cron is.
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