Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Wed, 2009-11-04 at 08:52 -0600, Philip Thompson wrote:

On Nov 3, 2009, at 11:24 AM, Kim Madsen wrote:

Hi Philip

Try to post a link to a page, that prints phpinfo()

-- Kind regards
Kim Emax

Philip Thompson wrote on 2009-11-03 17:11:
Hi all.
This seems like a trivial issue to fix, but I'm having issues. I'm running a script via command line and it's throwing out PHP "notices." Well, I want to suppress those notices. At the top of my script I have the line...
error_reporting (E_ERROR);
...thinking that this would get rid of the notices. However, it did not. They still appear. I even attempted using ini_set(), but to no avail. I then set error_reporting in php.ini - this made no difference. (I shouldn't have to restart apache when running via command line, but for giggles, I did.) I then changed display_errors to Off. You guessed it - no change! This immediately brought up the question... "Well, what php.ini is this script using?" Here's my results...
[pthomp...@s-irv-pthompson scripts]$ php --ini
Configuration File (php.ini) Path: /etc
Loaded Configuration File:         /etc/php.ini
Scan for additional .ini files in: /etc/php.d
Yup, according to PHP I'm using the correct ini. Now I'm at a loss. Can anyone shed some light on this big brain fart I'm having? Thanks in advance.

Kind regards
Kim Emax -
That's all good and dandy. But this is a cli application. And besides, the computer is not accessible via the Internet.


You can call a phpinfo() script from the CLI, but I don't think that's
your problem here. Have you tried setting any other php.ini variables at
all and had any success with that?


use -n to specify no ini file
-c /path/to/php.ini to specify and ini file
-d error_reporting=E_ALL to force the directive

and to check you can use
php -i | grep error_reporting

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