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Thread: Notice warnings and performance
07-25-2007, 11:01 AM #1
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Notice warnings and performance
I was wondering if a site which has thousands of simple notice warnings about undefined variable will be suffering by degraded performance even if it is not logged in either a file or displayed?
I know that the I/O performance will be degraded if it needs to log all the notice warnings but will it still be some sort of degrading performance if the log is off?
Does PHP engine still need to process these notices in someway?
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07-25-2007, 07:55 PM #2
Yes it is still generating the text for them, as you said, in the logs. You cant turn off errors, you can just turn off if the user can see them or not. If a page has 2000 errors, the page will not load until php has found all of them.
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