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 ('The British Base and Prison on the Island of Singapore On 30 January 1819, Abdul Rahman, the elderly Temenggong of Johore, signed a treaty with Sir Stamford Raffles, the former governor of Java, permitting the&nbsp;British to set up a trading post at Singapore, an island that was by no means&nbsp;uninhabited at the time of the British descent. Twenty gambier plantations&nbsp;were established there, some worked by Malays, others by Chinese. Gambier,&nbsp;from the gambeer tree, was harvested and sold as an essential ingredient in&nbsp;the dyeing and tanning industries. A few of the Temenggong’s followers lived&nbsp;on the island, as well as a handful of Malay and Chinese fishermen. Unusually&nbsp;in the history of Empire, there is no record of anyone objecting to the British&nbsp;arrival.\n \nAbdul Rahman was essentially a sea lord, one of the heirs to the great maritime empire of Johore that stretched across the many-islanded waters between what are now Malaysia and Indonesia. The Temengg') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The British Base and Prison on the Island of Singapore On 30 January 1819, Abdul Rahman, the elderly Temenggong of Johore, signed a treaty with Sir Stamford Raffles, the former governor of Java, permitting the&nbsp;British to set up a trading post at Singapore, an island that was by no means&nbsp;uninhabited at the time of the British descent. Twenty gambier plantations&nbsp;were established there, some worked by Malays, others by Chinese. Gambier,&nbsp;from the gambeer tree, was harvested and sold as an essential ingredient in&nbsp;the dyeing and tanning industries. A few of the Temenggong’s followers lived&nbsp;on the island, as well as a handful of Malay and Chinese fishermen. Unusually&nbsp;in the history of Empire, there is no record of anyone objecting to the British&nbsp;arrival.\n \nAbdul Rahman was essentially a sea lord, one of the heirs to the great maritime empire of Johore that stretched across the many-islanded waters between what are now Malaysia and Indonesia. The Temengg') AND id != 86015 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-03-20 10:24:08' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5