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Using Memcached, Redis and other object caching services
Updated Thursday January 21st 2021 / Category Web Hosting

Our web hosting services don’t have Memcached, Redis, or any other object caching service installed. However, we do have the Redis and Memcached PHP modules installed on our shared hosting platform, which means we do support the ability to connect to a 3rd party object caching services.

Enabling the Redis or Memcached PHP Modules

Here are the steps you need to take in order to enable the modules:

  1. Login to cPanel
  2. Click on Select PHP Version under Software
  3. Under PHP Extensions, you can check the box next to Memcached or Redis, to enable the module

The page will no reload, the cPanel interface will simply show a green success message when the change has been completed.

Alternatives

Instead of using Redis or Memcached, we’d highly recommend using LiteSpeed Cache, which we do support. LiteSpeed has plugins for WordPress, Magento, Joomla, Prestashop, Opencart, Xenforo, Larevel, Shopware, and Media Wiki.

 

 

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