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Fatal Non-Recoverable Error

edited July 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Hey guys, I recently installed vanilla and love it. It's only been live for about 2 weeks and my members probably number around 30 or so, I have about 5 categories I created and one of them is private for a seperate member role that I created. I go to see the home page of my forum this morning and get this message: *************************************************************************************** A fatal, non-recoverable error has occurred Technical information (for support personel): Error Message An error occurred while retrieving categories. Affected Elements CategoryManager.GetCategories(); The error occurred on or near: Got error 28 from storage engine For additional support documentation, visit the Lussumo Documentation website at: *************************************************************************************** The problem is I don't know much at all about this message is chinese to me. Can anybody help me? My forum homepage is in case you want to check it out. Any help would be great. Thanks


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    edited July 2006
    It may be that MySQL has run out of space, or needs a larger space to use for a temporary table
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    I'm gonna stab in the dark and guess there's something up with your mysql server. Looks like it might be having difficulty getting stuff from the database. Any way you can check that?
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    hmmmm...well I just checked the homepage again and it brought up everything fine. Not sure what happened. Maybe something temporary like maintenence on the server side? I'll just hope it doesn't happen again. Thanks for the quick help. The community at this board is awesome.
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    I've had this problem before, and it is definitely a mysql problem. In the past I've had to repair tables in order to get them working properly again.
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