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LiteSpeed for SQL Server 8.5 - Engine Release Notes

Manage Configuration Files

When you save a customized configuration in the LiteSpeed Engine Configuration editor, the driver is automatically updated with the new configuration settings. If you open the .ini file and edit it manually, the driver must be manually updated. This may be accomplished by opening the configuration file designed for the local server and selecting the File | Driver Management | Refresh driver configuration option. Alternately, you may simply resave the configuration file for the local server. This will force a driver update on the local server. 

If you did not install the LiteSpeed Engine Configuration editor on the server and need to refresh the driver, run UpdateDriver.exe on that server. For more information, see Refresh the Driver Using UpdateDriver.exe .

The configuration file can be saved with any name and to any location to be used on another machine, that is particularly useful when you are managing configurations for multiple servers from a remote location.

To create a configuration for use on another server

  1. Modify the current configuration.
  2. Save the changes with any name and to any location using the File | Save As option.

To open a configuration for viewing and editing

Select File | Open and select the desired .ini file. (If your file extension settings are saved to an .ini file other than the default.)

To view the default configuration file

Launch LiteSpeed Engine Configuration from Start | All Programs | Quest Software | LiteSpeed Engine for SQL Server.

The file extension settings saved to this file will be listed, with additional details, in the resulting window.

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