My Drupal-oriented shared webhost recently updated PHP and APC and turned on reporting APC warnings. Now my watchdog log has many, many entries of the form
Warning: include() [function.include]: Unable to allocate memory for pool, indicating that sometimes the cache is overflowing.
I know what these warnings mean: that's not my question. The APC cache is 96MB, which is big enough most of the time. But I have 127 enabled modules and certain page loads or doing admin work will overflow the cache. This doesn't occur on every page load by any means, but the warnings are filling up the log, making it hard to find more interesting entries, and causing the log to wrap more often than I'd like. I'm trying to cut down my needed modules but nearly all are there for good reasons.
I cannot change most of the APC settings (I might wish to use
apc.filters, for instance).
Is there any module or other method that you know of that will filter messages before they get put in the log? I could make the log bigger, but I still have the problem of finding the wheat in the chaff of warnings.