Should Logaholic upon updating generate errors that mention your temp file (tmp), it could look something like this:
mysqli error: [126: Incorrect key file for table '/tmp/#sql_5896_0.MYI'; try to repair it]
Most likely you run out of disk space because of an over inflated temp file that MySql needs to import your log file.
Since the default temp file sits on a specific partition, enlarging can be complicated. A better strategy to solve this problem is to edit the MySql my.ini or my.cnf file :
Below is a sample piece of my.ini or my.cnf file (MySQL 4.1)
# The following options will be passed to all MySQL clients [client] socket=/tmp/mysql.sock # The MySQL server [mysqld] tmpdir=/tmp Change this location. to where you have sufficient disk space.
socket=/tmp/mysql.sock skip-locking skip-networking skip-name-resolve server-id=1 max_connections=500 key_buffer_size=384M max_allowed_packet=16M table_cache=256
etc etc etc...