Looking into the WordPress issue stated yesterday, checked the webserver log but couldn’t find anyhing related. Checked the database (using MyPHPAdmin) but found nothing wrong. Checked the base configuration: nothing wrong either. Retried this blog – and all is fine!
PHP engine errors
While checking the webserver log, I found these errors:
%HTTPD-W-NOTICED, 23-JAN-2007 20:23:51, CGI:1969, not a strict CGI response
-NOTICED-I-SERVICE, http://www.grootersnet.nl:80
-NOTICED-I-URI, GET (60 bytes) /sysblog/wp-admin/inline-uploading.php?post=38&action=upload
-NOTICED-I-SCRIPT, /sysblog/wp-admin/inline-uploading.php sysblog:[wp-admin]inline-uploading.php (cgi_exe:phpwasd.exe) SYSBLOG:[wp-admin]inline-uploading.php
-NOTICED-I-CGI, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (62 bytes) %DEBUGBOOT-W-CHN, assign channel system service request failed
-NOTICED-I-RXTX, err:0/0 raw:916/0 net:916/0

on different pages in WordPress.
Quite a lot of these errors on the Forums:
%HTTPD-W-NOTICED, 23-JAN-2007 20:36:39, CGI:1969, not a strict CGI response
-NOTICED-I-SERVICE, http://www.grootersnet.nl:80
-NOTICED-I-URI, GET (60 bytes) /forums/admin/index.php?sid=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
-NOTICED-I-SCRIPT, /forums/admin/index.php forums:[admin]index.php (cgi_exe:phpwasd.exe) FORUMS:[admin]index.php
-NOTICED-I-CGI, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (129 bytes) %SYSTEM-F-HPARITH, high performance arithmetic trap, Imask=00000000, Fmask=00000002, summary=02, PC=00000000001E9C94, PS=0000001B
-NOTICED-I-RXTX, err:0/0 raw:831/0 net:831/0

Not just by myself but from external sources as well.
Given the location (PC=00000000001E9C94) my guess it’s in the PHPSHR.EXE image used by the WASD engine – used as-is, and delivered by HP.
(E107 still crashes the engine…)

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SYSMGR - or System Manager. On VMS, this is what a System Adminsitrator is on Unix and Windows - and a bit more. A VMS user, developer and system manager for years, alsmost as long as I'm in IT.

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