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 ('Old Oswestry Hillfort Oswestry, Shropshire This magnificent fortress is one mile north of Oswestry. It encloses&nbsp;just over fifteen acres and has an&nbsp;elaborate defensive system of&nbsp;ramparts. Excavation shows that&nbsp;Neolithic people first occupied&nbsp;this dominating position during&nbsp;the fifth and sixth centuries BC,&nbsp;but the site was then abandoned.&nbsp;From the Iron Age through to&nbsp;the Roman period, it was continually occupied.\n \nWithin the traversing ramparts are two unique, huge, deep and&nbsp;mysterious annexes, which were&nbsp;once thought to be able to hold&nbsp;water. Other researchers have&nbsp;speculated that they may have&nbsp;been used to corral cattle. Both&nbsp;of these suggestions have now,&nbsp;however, been rejected.\n \nThis fort was once known as Caer Og rfan, the fort of&nbsp;Gogr an, who was the father&nbsp;of Guinevere, wife of King&nbsp;Arthur - a romantic notion but&nbsp;pure folktale.\n\nTy Mawr Hut Circle and Holyhead Mountain\n \nHolyhead') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Old Oswestry Hillfort Oswestry, Shropshire This magnificent fortress is one mile north of Oswestry. It encloses&nbsp;just over fifteen acres and has an&nbsp;elaborate defensive system of&nbsp;ramparts. Excavation shows that&nbsp;Neolithic people first occupied&nbsp;this dominating position during&nbsp;the fifth and sixth centuries BC,&nbsp;but the site was then abandoned.&nbsp;From the Iron Age through to&nbsp;the Roman period, it was continually occupied.\n \nWithin the traversing ramparts are two unique, huge, deep and&nbsp;mysterious annexes, which were&nbsp;once thought to be able to hold&nbsp;water. Other researchers have&nbsp;speculated that they may have&nbsp;been used to corral cattle. Both&nbsp;of these suggestions have now,&nbsp;however, been rejected.\n \nThis fort was once known as Caer Og rfan, the fort of&nbsp;Gogr an, who was the father&nbsp;of Guinevere, wife of King&nbsp;Arthur - a romantic notion but&nbsp;pure folktale.\n\nTy Mawr Hut Circle and Holyhead Mountain\n \nHolyhead') AND id != 90725 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-18 00:40:53' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5