[pups] Strange problems on an uPDP 11/53+

Martijn van Buul pino at dohd.org
Tue Feb 6 07:24:46 AEST 2001

After 52 days, my uPDP 11/53+ has suddenly been acting rather strange.
/usr/include got 'replaced' by /usr/new, to be precise. At the time,
I was the only user. Seeing this, I immediately halted the system,
expecting a load of file system errors upon boot. None showed up, and
/usr/include is back to itself again. However, programs which *used*
to be running perfectly (like my work-in-progress ps) suddenly fail,
with a "not enough memory for saving info".

Any hints?

    Martijn van Buul -  Pino at dohd.org - http://www.stack.nl/~martijnb/
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