I am getting "No more room in database" error whenever i am trying to run a mload script through unix. i tried running it in different database, still getting same error. Below is the script and log.
.BEGIN MLOAD TABLES abc;
.FIELD in_eno integer
.FIELD in_ename varchar(20)
.FILLER in_dno interger
.FIELD in_sal decimal(10,2)
.DML LABEL PAYROLL;
insert into abc(eno,ename,dno,sal)
values(:in_eno, :in_ename, :in_dno,:in_sal);
FORMAT VARtext ' '
APPLY LABEL PAYROLL;
0001 .LOGTABLE logtable001;
0002 .LOGON tdp3/user2,tyler;
**** 09:02:37 UTY8400 Teradata Database Release: 13.10.07.28b
**** 09:02:37 UTY8400 Teradata Database Version: 13.10.07.21
**** 09:02:37 UTY8400 Default character set: ASCII
**** 09:02:37 UTY8400 Current RDBMS has interval support
**** 09:02:37 UTY8400 Current RDBMS has UDT support
**** 09:02:37 UTY8400 Current RDBMS has TASM support
**** 09:02:37 UTY8400 Maximum supported buffer size: 1M
**** 09:02:37 UTY8400 Data Encryption supported by RDBMS server
**** 09:02:39 UTY1008 RDBMS failure: 2644, No more room in database abc.
**** 09:02:39 UTY2410 Total processor time used = '0.01 Seconds'
. Start : 09:02:37 - FRI AUG 29, 2014
. End : 09:02:39 - FRI AUG 29, 2014
. Highest return code encountered = '12'.
Seems like this is failing when the LogTable should be created.
Check the available perm space of abc (on an AMP level, not with a SUM) or qualify it with a different database.