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MySQL Error I'm getting this error message - mysql: Out of memory at line 56, 'name_id.n' mysql: needed 8156 byte (8k), memory in use: 12475258 bytes (12188k) ERROR 2008: MySQL client ran out of memory I have enough memory on my computer, this shouldn't return such an error.

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This error means that mysql doesn't have sufficient memory to store the entire query result, so far no rocket science, the first thing you have to do is check your query it might be wrong, is it reasonable that it would return so many rows?

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