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By default Magento logs notices, warnings and errors into the system.log file. Is it possible to restrict the log level so that Magento doesn't log PHP notices?

Magento's Mage::log() method offers the option to set the log level by providing, e.g. Zend_Log::DEBUG as a parameter, and it'd be great to suppress logging of PHP notices.

ps. I do know that fixing the code producing the errors would be recommended, but the errors originate from third-party code and extensions, so that'd be impossible to manage.

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I think you'd like to set the level to Zend_Log::WARN, according to Zend_Log:

const EMERG   = 0;  // Emergency: system is unusable
const ALERT   = 1;  // Alert: action must be taken immediately
const CRIT    = 2;  // Critical: critical conditions
const ERR     = 3;  // Error: error conditions
const WARN    = 4;  // Warning: warning conditions
const NOTICE  = 5;  // Notice: normal but significant condition
const INFO    = 6;  // Informational: informational messages
const DEBUG   = 7;  // Debug: debug messages

As I see you cannot and won't go through the 3rd party code and set this globally, you could try to adjust the PHP error reporting this way:

error_reporting(E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE);

I didn't test it but maybe it helps to get rid of the entries in the log.

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    Adding error_reporting(E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE); to the index.php file did work. Easier than expected, but since the PHP notices originated from Apache, that's the way to go without having to modify third-party code. – oschloebe Sep 2 '13 at 15:39
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For advanced logging capabilities, take a look at https://github.com/magento-hackathon/Logger

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