error:136 means no room in your index file.
you need to do some config changes.
i think if you can increase.
it will resolve your issue.
On Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 11:20 PM, Jason Brooke <
> Did you try using the 'perror' program that comes with mysql to see if it
> reveals more information about the error?
> Otherwise a google search for "Can't create table (errno: 136)" looks like
> it has a lot of potential information. You'll often find that people have
> already kindly spent a lot of their time documenting these things for other
> users like us, not least of all in the actual mysql documentation
> On 04/11/2011 14:57, Ridd1ck wrote:
>> Can't create table 'pricing.force_sender_id' (errno:
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