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 ('YAKUT, CHUKCHI, AND KORYAK Other Siberian cultures include the Yakut (“horse people”), the Evenk, who are known by several names, such as Orochen (“an inhabitant of the River Oro”), and farther to the east, the&nbsp;Chukchi and the Koryak. For the Yakut, winter homes hold about four to seven people and&nbsp;are rectangular in plan, measure from 5 to 10 meters on a side with a pounded earth floor&nbsp;excavated to a depth of about half a meter. At each corner there are thick vertical timbers, set&nbsp;into the earth and connected at their tops by horizontal crossbeams. Medial posts add more&nbsp;strength. The walls consist of poles or boards set into the ground and resting at the top against&nbsp;the crossbeams. The walls slant inward. A single, thick ridge-beam—doubled if sufficiently&nbsp;strong timber could not be found—runs from one side of the hut to the other. Upon this beam&nbsp;there rest poles or boards, and birch bark. The roof and walls are covered with a layer of earth&nbsp;') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('YAKUT, CHUKCHI, AND KORYAK Other Siberian cultures include the Yakut (“horse people”), the Evenk, who are known by several names, such as Orochen (“an inhabitant of the River Oro”), and farther to the east, the&nbsp;Chukchi and the Koryak. For the Yakut, winter homes hold about four to seven people and&nbsp;are rectangular in plan, measure from 5 to 10 meters on a side with a pounded earth floor&nbsp;excavated to a depth of about half a meter. At each corner there are thick vertical timbers, set&nbsp;into the earth and connected at their tops by horizontal crossbeams. Medial posts add more&nbsp;strength. The walls consist of poles or boards set into the ground and resting at the top against&nbsp;the crossbeams. The walls slant inward. A single, thick ridge-beam—doubled if sufficiently&nbsp;strong timber could not be found—runs from one side of the hut to the other. Upon this beam&nbsp;there rest poles or boards, and birch bark. The roof and walls are covered with a layer of earth&nbsp;') AND id != 89256 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-03-22 06:58:18' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5