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Mysql Codes ListRestart daemon and try again (needed 65528 bytes) Posted by: peter pilsl () Date: August 09, 2007
Mysql Error Code 106203:20PM mysql 4.2.2 When performing a specific query I get the above error. SELECT DISTINCT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS wp_posts.* FROM wp_posts LEFT JOIN wp_comments ON ( comment_post_ID = ID AND https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/error-messages-server.html comment_approved = '1') WHERE 1=1 AND (((post_title LIKE '%peter%') OR (post_content LIKE '%peter%') OR (post_excerpt LIKE '%peter%'))) AND (post_password = '' AND (post_status = 'publish' OR post_status = 'private')) OR (comment_content LIKE '%peter%') ORDER BY post_date DESC LIMIT 0, 6; ERROR 1037: Out of memory. Restart daemon and try again (needed 65528 bytes) I restarted the http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?10,166701 daemon and the error continued. The error happens reproduceable every time I perform this query. There is enough memory available on the system and no other processes are consuming unusual amount of memory. Other queries on the same datebase works fine. The tables itself were created via the wordpress-installation-script (wordpress is a php-webapplication) and the query also was originally performed by wordpress and produced an error. So I manually entered the query in mysql and got the same error, when no php, apache, wordpress was involved. My questions: * is there some limit in mysql that limits the allocated memory and how can I change this limit? * is it possible that the database is somehow corrupted and how can I "repair" it? * any other ideas how to track down the error or even solve it? * what additional information can I provide here to get more help? thnx a lot peter Navigate:Previous Message•Next Message Options:Reply•Quote Subject Written By Posted ERROR 1037: Out of memory. Re
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