I was using the method outlined in my post for clearing the pagespeed cache on a Managed Liquid Web Server, but recently that method stopped working for me.
Using Liquid Web’s chat support I discovered that you can clear the cache using your browser by whitelisting your IP to use the PageSpeed Admin.
To replicate, login as root to the server and edit the
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org [root@host ~]# vim /etc/httpd/conf/pagespeed.conf
There should be a block that looks like this:
<Location /pagespeed_admin> Order allow,deny Allow from localhost Allow from 127.0.0.1 Allow from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx # add your IP here SetHandler pagespeed_admin </Location>
Save the file and restart Apache. My server was a CentOS one, so:
[root@host ~]# service httpd restart
Doing this should allow you to access the PageSpeed admin by going to the URI at the site’s IP. For example, if the IP for
220.127.116.11 — you would navigate to
Behold, Web 0.1 in all of it’s glorious styling!
All that’s left is to navigate to the ‘Caches’ page and click ‘Purge Cache’ :