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 ('B. C. 118-104 The murder of C. Gracchus and his adherents left the Nobility undisputed masters of the state, till their scandalous conduct in&nbsp;the Jugurthan War provoked a reaction against them, and raised to&nbsp;power a more terrible opponent than the Gracchi had ever been. This&nbsp;man, who took such signal vengeance upon the Nobility, was the&nbsp;lowborn MARIUS. He was a native of Arpinum, and was said to have&nbsp;worked for wages as a common peasant before he entered the ranks&nbsp;of the army. He first served in Spain, and was present at the siege of&nbsp;Numantia in B. C. 134. Here he distinguished himself so much that&nbsp;he attracted the notice of Scipio Africanus, and received from him&nbsp;many marks of honour. Scipio indeed admitted him to his table; and&nbsp;on a certain occasion, when one of the guests asked Scipio where&nbsp;the Roman people would find such another general after his death,&nbsp;he is said to have laid his hand on the shoulder of Marius, and said,') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('B. C. 118-104 The murder of C. Gracchus and his adherents left the Nobility undisputed masters of the state, till their scandalous conduct in&nbsp;the Jugurthan War provoked a reaction against them, and raised to&nbsp;power a more terrible opponent than the Gracchi had ever been. This&nbsp;man, who took such signal vengeance upon the Nobility, was the&nbsp;lowborn MARIUS. He was a native of Arpinum, and was said to have&nbsp;worked for wages as a common peasant before he entered the ranks&nbsp;of the army. He first served in Spain, and was present at the siege of&nbsp;Numantia in B. C. 134. Here he distinguished himself so much that&nbsp;he attracted the notice of Scipio Africanus, and received from him&nbsp;many marks of honour. Scipio indeed admitted him to his table; and&nbsp;on a certain occasion, when one of the guests asked Scipio where&nbsp;the Roman people would find such another general after his death,&nbsp;he is said to have laid his hand on the shoulder of Marius, and said,') AND id != 65657 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-05-21 13:39:40' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5