Caution: This is just a fun post. 😀
I was performing some testing on Windows the other day and encountered the following error in the error log:
130313 9:40:03 [ERROR] Error writing file 'G:\mysql\log.txt' (errno: 28)
Quickly, I ran “perror 28” from the command line:
c:\>perror 28 Win32 error code 28: The printer is out of paper.
Hehe, really, Windows?!?
In fact, the drive was out of space. No more could be written to the general log, hence the error.
Fwiw, the Linux OS code 28 reports what you would expect:
OS error code 28: No space left on device
So, if you ever run into “The printer is out of paper” error, you’ll know what to do. 😉