MySQL Error!
MySQL error in file: /engine/modules/show.full.php at line 1128
Error Number: 1114
The Error returned was:
The table '(temporary)' is full
SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Darius Was Here \nPersia\'s system of qanats, introduced in about 500 B. C.E., was crucial for carrying water to remote places of that arid eastern empire. As recently as 1933, all of the city of Tehran\'s water&nbsp;came from this underground irrigation system. One qanat linked the Nile River to the&nbsp;Red Sea. Along the length of this great qanat,&nbsp;which was 87 miles long and 164 feet wide,&nbsp;were a number of monuments.\n \nIn the 1860s, when workers were digging the Suez Canal (which connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea), they found&nbsp;fragments of a red granite monument marking Darius\' qanat that had at one time stood\n\nAbout 9.8 feet tall and 8.2 feet wide. It bore an inscription written in four languages, including Old Persian, Babylonian, Elamite (the&nbsp;language of Elam, an ancient kingdom in&nbsp;today\'s southwestern Iran) and Egyptian. According to A. T. Olmstead\'s book History of the&nbsp;Persian Empire, the words, from Darius I, read,&nbsp;&quot;I am a Per') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Darius Was Here \nPersia\'s system of qanats, introduced in about 500 B. C.E., was crucial for carrying water to remote places of that arid eastern empire. As recently as 1933, all of the city of Tehran\'s water&nbsp;came from this underground irrigation system. One qanat linked the Nile River to the&nbsp;Red Sea. Along the length of this great qanat,&nbsp;which was 87 miles long and 164 feet wide,&nbsp;were a number of monuments.\n \nIn the 1860s, when workers were digging the Suez Canal (which connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea), they found&nbsp;fragments of a red granite monument marking Darius\' qanat that had at one time stood\n\nAbout 9.8 feet tall and 8.2 feet wide. It bore an inscription written in four languages, including Old Persian, Babylonian, Elamite (the&nbsp;language of Elam, an ancient kingdom in&nbsp;today\'s southwestern Iran) and Egyptian. According to A. T. Olmstead\'s book History of the&nbsp;Persian Empire, the words, from Darius I, read,&nbsp;&quot;I am a Per') AND id != 62170 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 16:10:40' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5