Virtuozzo sets domains up to have PHP’s display_errors flag turned off by default, so that you’ll only see a blank page when there are critical errors. This is a good thing in production environments because it avoids potential security issues, but it can also be annoying when you’re trying to debug something.
Instead of displaying the errors, you can configure PHP to log them and then use the logs for debugging. For a Linux environment, you’ll need to create a file named vhost.conf inside the domain’s conf directory, /var/www/vhosts/domain.name/conf.
<Directory /var/www/vhosts/domain.name> php_value error_log /var/www/vhosts/domain.name/statistics/logs/php-errors.log php_flag display_errors off php_value error_reporting 6143 php_flag log_errors on </Directory>
Then create the file and assign it the right permissions
cd /var/www/vhosts/domain.name/statistics/logs/ touch php-errors.log chown apache php-errors.log
And the last thing is to tell Apache to reread the updated conf file