This migration is done in three stages:
- Activation of the LSCache extension.
Step 1 — Preparations
Following the instructions documented in The World: Getting Started Guide, you should take the following steps before migrating.
- Make sure you have a Pro package.
- Choose server resources with a minimum of 8 CPU, 16 GB RAM and 16 MB/s IO for each web hosting account.
Step 2 — Migration
The migration is done by a request to the technical support.
Step 3 — Activation of the LSCache extension
The installation of the LSCache extension depends on the CMS you are using. Please refer to this site where the extensions are available: https://www.litespeedtech.com/products/cache-plugins.
The LSCache CMS plugin will not install if another cache plugin is detected. For example, if WP-Rocket is already installed on a hosted WordPress, it is mandatory to remove it before installing the LSCache plugin.
Sometimes this is not enough because when you disable/delete WP-Rocket, it leaves the file /public_html/wp-content/advanced-cache.php and LiteSpeed Plugin is not able to proceed.
You must manually delete the file /public_html/wp-content/advanced-cache.php if it includes the term “define( ‘WP_ROCKET_ADVANCED_CACHE’, true );”