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  1. I have a system that has been running well/fast for over a year. Last night disk space got low (less than 10 MBs before I freed up space to well above 10 GBs). However, since then, my AdServer no longer delivers the images, instead we just immediately get 1x1 pixel images. Everything else is fine, JS snippets get on the page, the HTML/CSS for ads gets spit out... but the image itself does show up. I have walked all the database tables doing Analyze and Check Table; there are no errors. I have restarted the web and mysql services. I have checked MySQL and PHP logs, there are no errors in either. I log in to Revive, switch to admin, check/run all maintenance; no errors, everything reports fine/good/success. This gets generated in the target HTML page: {http mydomain}/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=14&n=53cd814 But the result is just an immediate 1 pixel image. I have tried a number of different ways to search for help on this, but always seem to land on topics where the user needs help getting setup and it only overs the basics. Only clue so far. The issue started at about 2:44am last night. In the SQL error log I do see \bin\mysqld: Sort aborted as well as \bin\mysqld: Incorrect key file for table 'C:\Windows\TEMP\#sql748_19fda9_1.MYI'; try to repair it These errors stopped at 6:40am when I freed up disk space and restarted the services. There are no errors now - but also no images being delivered. What am I missing?
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