You'll get an error, and the actual SQL statement will be emailed to the survey admin. If so, for what purpose?What are the ways to build custom storage engines for MySQL?How is the Google App Engine Datastore different from mySQL?Is ClouSE (engine for MySQL that uses S3 Word for someone who keeps a group in good shape? The text value of each column is very long. useful reference
Register now! That language is just the name of the fields, nothing to understand there. If a record is longer than ~8k then the page stores first 768 bytes of a BLOB field(s). Easiest would be to export the whole DB, use a text editor and change everything to MyISAM, then import again. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4688786/increasing-mysql-innodb-row-length-to-avoid-error-139
Try Improvely, your online marketing dashboard. → Conversion tracking, click fraud detection, A/B testing and more Jun 25, 2006,18:05 #8 longneck View Profile View Forum Posts reads the ********* Crier Join What is the simple and exact way to resolve this problem?How do I resolve the 'communication link failure' error while connecting to the MySQL server from a Java program?How does mysql I would say InnoDB sucks big time and I was not aware of such a limitation.
Is SharePoint is suitable to create a public job portal site? You can now find them here. Any time a user fills all of them with 768 or more characters, the UPDATE will fail. I found this link provided both good information and some good tangible options: http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com/2011/04/07/innodb-row-size-limitation/.
And lastly - I need you to upgrade to 2.0.2 before we troubleshoot further. Mysql Got Error 139 From Storage Engine Here's some discussion of this specific error: forums.mysql.com/read.php?22,63584,63872#msg-63872 The limitation is inherent in the InnoDB storage engine. It will also increase the portability to other database brands, since many brands have the maximum row length even smaller than 8000 bytes. J.
the problem is that for every TEXT field, myqsl store 768 bytes of the string in the table, with the remainder being stored otuside the table. If you get stuck you can get support by emailing [email protected] If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I wanted to know if this limit can be configured (by a parameter or even compiling the code) to the desired level. And will it help me with my size (8000 bytes) problem?
Hide this message.QuoraSign In MySQL Database SystemsWhen will MySQL resolve the "Got error 139 from storage engine" problem?I have a table with more than 10 text columns. Jun 24, 2006,09:52 #4 keissfootball View Profile View Forum Posts SitePoint Addict Join Date May 2006 Posts 236 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) mysql version - MySQL 4.1.14 table structure Barracuda Format i wonder if this guy posted the actual table he's having problems with? Innodb_file_format=barracuda What I did is just to use MyISAM engine rather than InnoDB for a specific table only.
No idea why. see here The remaining part of the field is stored in a chain of external pages. I have check the dump sql file and one particular table is causing error 139. This forum is now closed to new posts, but you can browse existing content.
Thanks for the links though, I hadn't looked into that much until now. the table that dan proposed is better. Is there no place to store the data? this page Jun 27, 2006,04:21 #14 Dan Grossman View Profile View Forum Posts Follow Me On Twitter: @djg Join Date Aug 2000 Location Philadephia, PA Posts 20,578 Mentioned 1 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s)
Thanks for your responses on this, and I'll consider this resolved. Hull Posted: 18 July 2010 04:02 AM [ # 8 ] Joined: 2007-02-06132 posts Resolved - for now - converted tables from InnoDB to MyISAM and now the error does not Not only does it apparently not work, but you'd have to edit the table structure every time you want to add a new page to the website.
Register FAQ/Rules My SitePoint Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Remember Me? you have 28 fields, 28*768 = 21504, which is greater than the 8000 by limit. Sorry for my not-knowing :[ Jun 27, 2006,05:41 #20 Dan Grossman View Profile View Forum Posts Follow Me On Twitter: @djg Join Date Aug 2000 Location Philadephia, PA Posts 20,578 Mentioned However, if you know from the outset that you are going to be creating a structure like this, you should re-think your approach saving data.
dev.mysql.com/doc/innodb-plugin/1.0/en/innodb-row-format.html Best regards Carsten Schmitz LimeSurvey project leader The administrator has disabled public write access. Splitting them to different tables is a bad idea, I already experienced that... How should I calculate the determinant? http://blogeurope.net/got-error/got-error-130-from-storage-engine.php Maybe some other ideas?
Because LimeSurvey allows rows of arbitrary length (defined by the number of questions in a survey and their types), it can easily exceed the limitations in InnoDB. Got error 139 from storage engine 5 years 6 months ago #59063 c_schmitz Offline LimeSurvey Team Posts: 1020 Thank you received: 135 Karma: 97 Actually I am not aware of such Since LimeSurvey knows which database engine is being used (it's even defined by the user in $databasetabletype), it would be nice if it checked surveys before they run into this limitation. Back to top #5 isaac_cm isaac_cm Advanced Member Members 319 posts Posted 07 September 2007 - 08:37 PM My table it was innodb I contact mysql and it is really a
Jun 26, 2006,08:36 #11 keissfootball View Profile View Forum Posts SitePoint Addict Join Date May 2006 Posts 236 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) Didn't varchar store only 255 characters? Previously all the information was written in .php file, and offcourse it was very slow way of looking the information on my site. I try to add information to my site, but it just gives me this error. I realize this probably means a significant change to the database schema to fix properly.