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 ('Mitanni A kingdom established by the Hurrians in the 1500s B. C. in northern Syria and the&nbsp;lands lying between the upper Tigris and&nbsp;Euphrates rivers. Mitanni was called Hani-galbat by the Assyrians, Naharina by the&nbsp;Babylonians, and Naharin by the Egyptians. All of these peoples, along with the&nbsp;Hittites in Anatolia, shared with the Mi-tannians a sort of international balance of&nbsp;power in the Near East from about 1500&nbsp;to 1300 B. C. During this period, all engaged&nbsp;in diplomacy and/or limited military&nbsp;disputes with one or more of the others.\n \nVery little of a definite nature is known about Mitanni’s leaders, internal history,&nbsp;and society. It appears that Mitannian&nbsp;society was dominated by a chariotowning warrior class known as the mary-annu, who owned large country estates&nbsp;and bred horses and sheep. Some or all of&nbsp;the members of this class may have been&nbsp;Indo-Europeans, suggesting some sort of&nbsp;cultural or political fusion') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Mitanni A kingdom established by the Hurrians in the 1500s B. C. in northern Syria and the&nbsp;lands lying between the upper Tigris and&nbsp;Euphrates rivers. Mitanni was called Hani-galbat by the Assyrians, Naharina by the&nbsp;Babylonians, and Naharin by the Egyptians. All of these peoples, along with the&nbsp;Hittites in Anatolia, shared with the Mi-tannians a sort of international balance of&nbsp;power in the Near East from about 1500&nbsp;to 1300 B. C. During this period, all engaged&nbsp;in diplomacy and/or limited military&nbsp;disputes with one or more of the others.\n \nVery little of a definite nature is known about Mitanni’s leaders, internal history,&nbsp;and society. It appears that Mitannian&nbsp;society was dominated by a chariotowning warrior class known as the mary-annu, who owned large country estates&nbsp;and bred horses and sheep. Some or all of&nbsp;the members of this class may have been&nbsp;Indo-Europeans, suggesting some sort of&nbsp;cultural or political fusion') AND id != 66326 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 16:34:27' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5