You have run out of space on the root filesystem.
Bring the system up in single user mode and delete the files in the /tmp directory, then truncate /usr/adm/syslog.
Then check available disk space using 'dfspace' and if you have 5mb you should have enough to bring the system to multi user mode.
Then you have to either clean house or increase the size of the root files system
A check disk space and find /dev/hd4 used 99%. How to increase space. Thank you for advice.
/home/tecsys > df
Filesystem 512-blocks Free %Used Iused %Iused Mounted on
/dev/hd4 1048576 20624 99% 5977 68% /
/dev/hd2 6815744 653032 91% 59194 ... (4 Replies)
Unix SCO 5.5
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