OpenLiteSpeed Service Can Now Only Be Started Manually Via: /usr/local/lsws/bin/lswsctrl start

I regularly update my system via yum upgrade. Well, today there was a OpenLiteSpeed update that came via the regular round updates. So it updates and now OpenLiteSpeed no longer starts on boot, it does not show up in systemctl, and I cannot restart or start or stop in CyberPanel. I now have to manually start it up by running this command:

/usr/local/lsws/bin/lswsctrl start

How can I fix this?

Apparently, I need a copy of the file described here:

Please help.

Fix here:

CyberPanel does not interfere with init scripts. To keep things simple OpenLiteSpeed is installed directly via yum, so that you can easily get updates (when there are any). There might be a minor issue with the new OLS package.

Glad that you got it fixed.