First off, I did try submitting this to the helpdesk, except I kept getting an error as below (please feel to edit/remove when fixed)
Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in /home/interwo1/interworx.com/interworx.com/html/support/helpdesk/cache/8d159c5e46c8aa16e37c2b73f296e7de.php on line [B]157
[/B]However, I am having a problem when trying to import a sql file into mysqladmin:
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#3 - Error writing file ‘./gpcindco_catalogue/CubeCart_Downloads.frm’ (Errcode: 122)
It seems that the table file could not be written. That should be /var/lib/mysql/DATABASENAME/TABLENAME.frm
Perhaps you need to create the database first, and USE that database to be in, specially if your SQL file has only “create table” chunks in it…
mysql> create database gpcindco_catalogue;
mysql> use gpcindco_catalogue;
mysql> source filename.sql;
Hope it helps.
Error code 122 means : “System error: 122 = Disk quota exceeded”
That looks to me like that account is over it’s disk quota.
Here’s a useful tip. When you get a MySQL error code like that, you can often run:
perror <errorcode> to get a more useful description of the error. For example:
[root@test3 root]# perror 122
Error code 122: Disk quota exceeded
Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in /home/interwo1/interworx.com/interworx.com/html/support/helpdesk/cache/8d159c5e46c8aa16e37c2b73f296e7de.php on line 157
We were doing some upgrading the other night, it should be working now.