If cron(C) queues a file with this error message in /usr/spool/mmdf/lock/home/q.local to be delivered to the sys user:
To:systhe problem may be that the sys home directory was removed accidentally.
cron: can't change directory to your home directory. Your commands will not be executed.
Other symptoms of this problem are these errors:
Out of inodes on dev (1/40)
Out of space on dev (1/40)
no more processes
To resolve this problem:
and removing the messages in the addr, msg, and q.local directories.
Clean the log files by entering:
> /usr/spool/mail/sys > /usr/spool/mail/adm > /usr/spool/mail/root > /usr/mmdf/log/msg.log > /usr/mmdf/log/chan.log > /usr/adm/messages > /etc/wtmp
Type <ctrl>-d to proceed with normal startup, (or give root password for System Maintenance)
At the prompt, enter:
/etc/fsck -s /dev/root
This file system check with an s option updates the free list of available inodes and blocks in the superblock.