How to uninstall mod_pagespeed

Harry P

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Hello,

Some days ago I installed mod_pagespeed on my VPS from a guide of DO, I installed it on Centos 6 64bit, but now I don't have requirements to use it any more and I want to remove it completely from the VPS. How can I do that? I really want to stop it because it used more RAM and CPU on my hosting.

Thanks!
 

GswHosting

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hello Harry I think you need to do opposite from installing -> remove
did you try one of this:
sudo yum remove mod-pagespeed-stable
sudo apt-get remove mod-pagespeed-stable
 

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Try these codes if they work for you and remove mod_pagespeed

Disabling the working symlinked stuffs
Code:
sudo a2dismod pagespeed
sudo service apache2 restart
Editing pagespeed.conf with nano

Code:
nano /etc/apache2/mods-available/pagespeed.conf
Change from on to off and save, restart your apache

Code:
sudo service apache2 restart
This will work for the most operating systems
Code:
sudo apt-get autoremove mod-pagespeed-stable
This will work for some operating systems

Code:
sudo apt-get autoremove mod-pagespeed-beta
Restart Apache

Code:
service apache2 restart
You can remove the cache folder

Code:
rm -fr /var/cache/mod_pagespeed
check the path, restart apache

Code:
service apache2 restart
Hope that helps!
 
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