My question is whether there is any way that this is a coding error? After a few days of up again down again the site is now throwing the following error:
Fatal error: Couldn't run query: SHOW FULL FIELDS IN "Member" Got error 28 from storage engine in....
My feeling that this is a host issue. The client is on a shared host and is running Silverstripe 2.4.7 on Apache, PHP version 5.3.13, MySQL 5.1.63. Two days ago the site was down with server full errors. It came up yesterday, but is now down with this "error 28" message, which I think is also a server full type error.
This site has run fine for several months without issue. The only recent change was to add a (simple) new page type with a jquery slider and a latest news call. Very, very easy and basic. I've used the slider several times before and the latest news comes straight from the tutorial. It's a very simple site, no bells or whistles. If it makes a difference, the "Member" table only has three members.
Any ideas before I write off the rest of my day with the host's support team?
Thanks from one desperate bunny...