This article contains information about the OpenLiteSpeed application that can be deployed on Vultr.
The OpenLiteSpeed application is available for CentOS and Ubuntu Server.
After deploying an OpenLiteSpeed application VPS, you can log into the system with an SSH client using the root login found on your Vultr control panel.
You can access your OpenLiteSpeed server by navigating to
https://[SERVER_IP]/ in your web-browser. Substitute the
[SERVER_IP] with the IP address of your VPS. The
https:// certificate is self-signed, which means that your browser will display a certificate warning. The OpenLiteSpeed knowledge base has a guide on SSL setup.
OpenLiteSpeed offers an admin portal for its webserver. It can be accessed at
https://[SERVER_IP]:7080/. Login credentials for the admin portal are available in the Vultr control panel.
The OLS example document root is located at
/usr/local/lsws/Example/html. You can create
.html files in that directory. For example, uploading a PHP file to
/usr/local/lsws/Example/html/donut.php would be accessible in your web browser at
There is a MySQL database server running on the VPS. You can connect to the database by executing the following:
mysql -u root
The MySQL root password is saved on the VPS in
For additional information on using OpenLiteSpeed, visit the official knowledge base.
Vultr applications use modern releases of software packages. Applications are configured to be deployed with specific versions of software. Over time, the Vultr team will update the application offerings to include newer operating systems, package versions, etc. This document only provides up-to-date information about the latest version of this application. Vultr applications are updated without notice. If you plan to build a project or infrastructure based on our application templates, we recommend taking a snapshot of the application used in your initial deployment.