MySQL could not serve an ocPortal database request because a configured limit was exceeded.
How did this happen?
- A database table contains a very large amount of data
- The server is configured to have a very low limit
How do I fix it?
There is currently no straight-forward fix to this problem. It may be a bug, or it may be a server configuration problem. Make a judgement call whether to contact your web host or whether to post on the ocPortal forum. If you can afford to pay ocProducts can look into the problem under a commercial support arrangement (in which case, open a support ticket).
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