The LiteSpeed Cache Dashboard allows you to see the status of all of your LSCache and QUIC.cloud services at a glance.
This area is a simplified version of the QUIC.cloud dashboard. It allows you to see what percentage of your resources have been used for each QUIC.cloud service for the current month.
QUIC.cloud services are purchased using credits. You are given a number of free credits per service every month. If your site is powered by a LiteSpeed server, you get more credits than if you used another server (like Apache or nginx).
The free credits should be enough for most simple sites, but more credits may be purchased if you need them. You may also earn credits through social sharing.
See your QUIC.cloud dashboard to get more details about your credit usage, and learn more about how to buy or earn additional credits.
There are two Image Optimization queues: the Standard Queue, which is free for everyone to use for any number of images, and the Fast Queue, which costs one credit per image to use. The Fast Queue, as its name implies, gets your images optimized more quickly.
You are given between 1000 and 7000 free credits each month to put towards Fast Queue usage.
The graphic shows Fast Queue usage for the month, while Total Usage indicates both Fast Queue and Standard Queue activity.
Critical CSS Generation (CCSS) costs one credit per request. You are given between 100 and 1300 free credits each month to put towards CCSS requests.
Unlike the other services, QUIC.cloud CDN does not use credits to purchase requests, but rather credits are used to purchase bandwidth. Usage is in GB.
You are given between 20GB and 42GB for free each month to put towards CDN usage.
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Low-Quality Image Placeholder Generation (LQIP) costs one credit per request. You are given between 300 and 1600 free credits each month to put towards LQIP requests.
Page Load Time¶
This area allows you to keep an eye on your home page load times. The Before calculation shows how long it takes for your home page to load if all LSCache optimization and caching features were disabled. After shows the home page load time using whatever options you currently have enabled in the LSCache plugin.
Your site's PageSpeed score is calculated with the PageSpeed API and displayed here for your information. The Before calculation shows your home page score if all LSCache optimization and caching features were disabled. After shows the home page score using whatever options you currently have enabled in the LSCache plugin.
Image Optimization Summary¶
This area gives you a more detailed overview of all of your image optimization activity.
Image Groups Prepared shows how many image groups have been prepared out of all of the image groups on your site. Images Requested shows how many image optimization requests have been received out of the total images on your site.
Auto Request Cron and Auto Request Pull are indicators of whether Image Optimization is running automatically or not. You can turn these settings
OFF in Image Optimization > Image Optimization Settings.
You will also see statistics about the most recent image optimization requests, and pulls.
Use this panel to determine what types of caching are active on your site. Public Cache and Private Cache are both features of LiteSpeed's server-level page cache. Object Cache refers to external caching through Memcached, LSMCD, or Redis. Browser Cache is caching of static files on the client side.
See how many requests you have waiting in the queue. If you have requests waiting, but you'd like them to be processed immediately, you can press the Force cron button. If you have requested Critical CSS in the past, you will see additional statistics including the time of the last generation and how long it took to execute in seconds.
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See how many requests you have waiting in the queue. If you have requests waiting, but you'd like them to be processed immediately, you can press the Force cron button. If you have requested LQIPs in the past, you will see additional statistics including the time of the last generation and how long it took to execute in seconds.
This panel shows you the number of crawlers you have defined, and which crawler is currently running. If no crawler is currently running, Currently active crawler will be
0. If available, you will also see statistics about the most recent crawl including start time, interval time, and reason for the crawler's end.