I manage a FreeBSD server running usual AMP setup. Apache, Mysql, Php-fmp

Everything is working fine. In order to help out with speeding up a couple of Wordpress sites; we run php cli to run the wp_crontab.php regularly. This is running without issue; however, I am regularly getting emails with the following:

PHP Warning:  Missing arginfo for Imagick::__tostring() in Unknown on line 0
PHP Warning:  Missing arginfo for Imagick::getimagehistogram() in Unknown on line 0


Would like to fix; but if not, what is the best practice for disabling these emails?

I have tried using

error_reporting=E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE & ~E_Warning

And some other settings in hopes to suppress these warning until I figured out what library I need to fix.

So, 2 questions:

  1. how to disable warnings from php on the CLI?
  2. What are these 2 missing arginfo warnings and how could I possibly fix that?
  • To clarify. I am trying those settings in /usr/local/etc/php.ini Mar 12, 2021 at 18:06

1 Answer 1


Being unable to find and answer and finding a few articles of bugs specific to the 8.0 implementation when; I just returned to 7.4.16.

Cheers, T

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