Varnish is a Web Application Accelerator which is used to Cache Static Content such as Images, CSS and HTML. It is used to increase the Performance of High Traffic Websites.
How do I enable Varnish?
Follow the steps below to enable Varnish for your website:
Step 1: Login to the cPanel of the domain name for which you wish to enable Varnish.
Step 2: Enable Varnish.
How do I purge the Varnish cache?
You can purge the cache by clicking on Purge Cache under Action next to any domain.
How do I disable Varnish?
Follow the steps below to disable Varnish for your website:
Step 1: Login to the cPanel of the domain name for which you wish to disable Varnish.
Step 2: Disable Varnish.
Varnish is currently available only on the Shared Linux hosting servers based in the US.
Websites requiring dynamic content might not display correct content when Varnish is enabled.
Sites running on https will not be served by Varnish.
Analytics and logs of websites with Varnish enabled may not show complete data.
Changes made to the website might not show up till cache has been manually purged or stored cache on the server expires.
The default cache expiry for Varnish is 15 minutes.
If your website does not work as intended, it’s recommended that you immediately disable Varnish for the affected domain name.