My boot hard-disk is full, when the system restarts it
seems to go into an endless loop trying to start the Queue
manager and comes up with a message to free up 360 blocks
on the drive. I know which files I can delete to free up
the space, however, I am unable to log onto the system.
How can I get around this to delete the files I need to
free up the space?
-< use a MINimum startup >-
Perform a converstaional boot. Exactly how depends on the type of
system you have, however, the most common syntax is:
or >>> B/R5:1
This will get to to the SYSBOOT prompt. You then need to set the
startup parameter to "MIN" and continue:
SYSBOOT> SET STARTUP_P1 "MIN"
The system will boot, but will only start the "important" bits. You
should be able to login and clear up some space. once you're ready,
shutdown and reboot normally.