Imagine a couple of
sites-enabled available from
/etc/apache2/sites-available. (Only Debian-based distros work like this.)
Is it possible to mute
warning messages from php scripts from a specific site, without touching the actual
Normally there are a couple of solutions to achieve someting related:
- Add an
error_reporting(E_ERROR);to the scripts executed.
- Set php_flags in
.htaccessfiles like so:
php_flag display_errors off
ini_set('display_errors', 'Off'); ini_set('display_startup_errors', 'Off'); error_reporting(0);
@to functions that throw warnings or errors.
php.inito actually say
error_reporting = E_ALL ^ E_WARNING
display_errors = 1
However, these all mean touching the htdocs or having the change applied globally. Imagine the
htdocs are mounted read-only. How would I suppress warnings (or notices) for certain sites only?
I am assuming Debian/Ubuntu has
a2ensite specific configurations for a reason and I am hoping I can alter those. There is a
log_level directive in the example 'site available' configuration, but this handles the amount of messages logged. Not the messages output by the php scripts.
Manually adding sections in
httpd.conf will also work. If it is possible.