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SQL Error Errcode: 13 #218745 11/03/2008 10:23 PM
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Getting the following suddenly on Forum List requests.

We encountered a problem. The reason reported was

Script: /home/virtual/site12/fst/var/www/html/ubbthreads/scripts/cfrm.inc.php
Line#: 163
SQL Error: Can't create/write to file '/var/lib/mysql/#sql_421d_0.MYI' (Errcode: 13)
SQL Error #: 1
Query: SELECT c.CATEGORY_TITLE,c.CATEGORY_ID,c.CATEGORY_DESCRIPTION FROM ubbt_CATEGORIES as c, ubbt_FORUMS as f WHERE (f.FORUM_IS_ACTIVE = 1) AND (f.CATEGORY_ID=c.CATEGORY_ID) GROUP BY c.CATEGORY_ID ORDER BY c.CATEGORY_SORT_ORDER


Google search says it's a permission problem. Everything else seems to be working fine - I can still post. Any idea what the problem is?

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Re: SQL Error Errcode: 13 [Re: duquesne] #218746 11/04/2008 1:05 AM
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Originally Posted by duquesne
SQL Error: Can't create/write to file '/var/lib/mysql/#sql_421d_0.MYI' (Errcode: 13)


It's an issue with your MySQL server; it's saying that it can't write to a flat file associated with the MySQL server; you'll need to contact your webhost to fix the issue for you.


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Re: SQL Error Errcode: 13 [Re: duquesne] #240652 12/13/2010 2:02 AM
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I also have a "you are no supposed to be here" redirection page for any directory that I don't want people have FTP-like HTTP access... once, I accidentally discovered a friend's resume/CV in one of his sub-directories. I think any directory without index.html or index.php automatically have get an FTP-like html interface (if you know what I'm talking about)... like /images/ directories, which I believe most websites will have. A bit of a side-question... is there a technically correct or easier way of preventing such "unauthorized" access to these directories? I can't quite figure out a way with permissions, since for most of those directories, you'll need to set it readable by public for them to access the contents (e.g. images, javascript, etc).


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