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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 ('Introduction The relationship between humans and volcanoes has always been dualistic. On the positive side, volcanoes&nbsp;are the sites where fresh rock material is brought to&nbsp;the Earth’s surface. Hence, volcanic deposits rapidly&nbsp;weather to form soils of excellent physical and chemical properties for plant growth. In addition, mountain volcanoes are often locations of safe surface&nbsp;waters, abundant freshwater springs, hot springs,&nbsp;and with volcanic landforms, also serving as natural&nbsp;points of defence or ceremony. These properties draw&nbsp;human settlers to volcanic regions and provide the&nbsp;conditions for them to flourish. On the negative side,&nbsp;volcanoes can also be agents of destruction, with&nbsp;spectacular catastrophes that may destroy cities overnight, such as St. Pierre (Martinique, West Indies),&nbsp;where 30 000 people died on 8 May 1902 from an&nbsp;eruption of Mt. Pelsie.\n \nThese dramatic events mean that the most commonly perceived juxtaposi') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Introduction The relationship between humans and volcanoes has always been dualistic. On the positive side, volcanoes&nbsp;are the sites where fresh rock material is brought to&nbsp;the Earth’s surface. Hence, volcanic deposits rapidly&nbsp;weather to form soils of excellent physical and chemical properties for plant growth. In addition, mountain volcanoes are often locations of safe surface&nbsp;waters, abundant freshwater springs, hot springs,&nbsp;and with volcanic landforms, also serving as natural&nbsp;points of defence or ceremony. These properties draw&nbsp;human settlers to volcanic regions and provide the&nbsp;conditions for them to flourish. On the negative side,&nbsp;volcanoes can also be agents of destruction, with&nbsp;spectacular catastrophes that may destroy cities overnight, such as St. Pierre (Martinique, West Indies),&nbsp;where 30 000 people died on 8 May 1902 from an&nbsp;eruption of Mt. Pelsie.\n \nThese dramatic events mean that the most commonly perceived juxtaposi') AND id != 88805 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-06 07:53:31' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5