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SuperCache Manager by SuperHosting

Control Panel cPanel
supercache, website speed-up

SuperCache Manager in cPanelSuperCache Manager is one of the SuperTools available in cPanel which enables you to speed up greatly your websites.

SuperCache is a Web Accelerator that caches the whole source code of a page as this includes both static and dynamic content. Unlike Memcached or Redis that both work on application level, SuperCache is operating before the real server where the website is hosted.

info-iconSuperCache Manager is supported for the SuperHosting plan and all Managed VPS services by SuperHosting.BG.

The tool caches the final page version after all other processes such as database queries and PHP execution have finished.

Caching data which means saving it by SuperCache for future purposes is occurring on a server level before the source server. All upcoming queries for this page are processed by SuperCache without sending any queries to the source server. Once cached, the webpage starts loading with the speed of a simple static HTML page as the acceleration might be measured in times. Loading cached pages through SuperCache nеither requires launching PHP processes in the hosting account, nor execution of queries to the database.

Activating SuperCache for a Website in cPanel link-to-this-section

To speed up a website in cPanel, you only need to select the domain and add it to SuperCache with the Add button.

You can enable the tool for the whole website or for a certain directory/URL. If you add the website's domain (e.g. the whole website will speed up along with its sub URLs such as,, and everything else.

Add a website to be cached

To add a website or an URL, select its domain (1) from the drop-down menu. In the list you will see all domains, addons, parked and subdomains configured in cPanel.

Fill in an additional URL (2) if the website is located in a subdirectory, e.g.

Add the website to SuperCache by using the Add button (3).

Afterwards the website will become a cached object. All cached objects can be seen under Configured URL Addresses.

info-iconImportant: With the shared hosting service adding a website to SuperCache will automatically initiate changing the domain's IP address (А record). The IP address will be replaced with the SuperCache IP address used by the tool for this hosting account. In case the domain's DNS zone is not managed by this hosting server or DNS hosting at SuperHosting.BG, you will need to manually change the IP address. So in such cases you will receive an email containing the SuperCache IP address which needs to be set for the domain.

info-iconImportant: Speeding up is activated right after the website is added to SuperCache. It will be active even if the domain is still not redirected to the SuperCache IP address with an A record. We highly recommend redirecting the website's domain to the SuperCache IP address so that the website benefits to the maximum from the accelerating tool.

info-iconNote: If the website added to SuperCache is hosted on Managed VPS, you will not need to change the IP address (А record) of its domаin.

Several different websites on a single domain

If you have a domain with multiple websites (e.g.,,, we recommend that you add each of them as a separate URL to SuperCache. Thus each website will have individual caching settings.

This will allow for easier management and more precise setup required for the different websites’ features such as cookies or HTTP headers.

URL for External System Integration

URL address for integration with external systemsIf the website uses a plugin or a module working with the Varnish technology, you can enter this URL in its settings. It will be used from the plugin to automatically purge the cached data if the website's content has been modified.

W3 Total Cache for WordPress is a plugin which supports Varnish. In W3 Total Cache under Varnish Settings you only need to enter IP-address:port.

Some systems might require entering the IP address and port (IP:PORT) without the protocol part, for example

Configured URL Addresses link-to-this-section

After you add a website to SuperCache, it will be available in the list under Configured URL Addresses. There are additional options available for the website (cached object). Status - activation/deactivation / Purge Cache / Advanced Settings / Remove.

Added URLs in SuperCache for which web acceleration is enabled

(1) Configured URL Addresses - These are the cached objects, i.e. websites and URLs, added to SuperCache for which web acceleration is activated.

(2) Status - When speeding up is activated, the status is On, otherwise it's Off. Here you can deactivate or activate speeding up for a cached object. All settings for the cached object will be automatically saved upon deactivation.

(3) Cache Purge - You can purge the cached data for this object. In case there have been changes performed on the website and you want the changes to be visible immediately, purge the cache using this option.

(4) Advanced Settings - Here you can access caching settings for this object. There are advanced settings in another section which require in-depth knowledge of your website’s operation such as the types of cookies and HTTP headers that are served to clients.

(5) Remove - Removing the object from SuperCache.

info-iconImportant: With the shared hosting service removing a website from SuperCache will automatically initiate changing the domain's IP address and returning the old one. In case the domain's DNS zone is not managed by this hosting server or DNS hosting at SuperHosting.BG, you will need to manually change the IP address. So in such cases you will receive an email containing the IP address which needs to be set for the domain.

info-iconNote: If the website, removed from SuperCache, is hosted on Managed VPS, you will not need to change the IP address (А record) of its domаin.

Advanced Settings link-to-this-section

Advanced Settings

After you add a website to SuperCache you can perform additional caching setup. In the Advanced Settings section you can also take a look at the Advanced Settings.

Automatic Cache Purge link-to-this-section

Automatic Cache Purge Here you can purge the cached website data by using Purge now.

Upon the initial SuperCache activation an interval of 15 minutes was set.

Depending on the interval set, SuperCache will automatically purge the cached data. You can set an interval of 5, 15 or 30 minutes as well as 1, 6 or 12 hours.

info-iconImportant: After changing the SuperCache settings, purge the cache so that the changes are applied immediately.

URL Addresses Excluded from Caching link-to-this-section

URL Addresses Excluded from CachingHere you can add website URLs to be excluded from SuperCache.

You might not want to cache URLs providing access to the website's administration or webpages with permalinks in which the content is regularly changing.

To add a new URL use Add a New Entry.

To remove a URL click the X on the right.

info-iconImportant: If you use a specific URL for accessing the website's administrative panel and it's different from wp-admin, admin, wp-login.php, login, user/login, ?q=user or administrator, make sure to add it to this option.

Excluded IP Addresses link-to-this-section

Excluded IP AddressesThese IP addresses will not get cached data upon accessing the website.

Use this feature to add your IP address or the IP address of the website's administrator.

You can find out your IP address at:

To add a new IP address, use Add a New Entry.

To remove an IP address, click the X on the right.

After the option for excluding IP addresses you can access the Advanced Options (fine tune the caching).

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