Am 29.09.2017 um 20:00 schrieb Markus Koschany: > Am 29.09.2017 um 19:51 schrieb Markus Koschany: > [...] >> Apparently version 3.1.7 used the MyISAM engine which now conflicts with >> the new default InnoDB database. I know how it could be fixed by hand >> but I don't think this is the recommended Debian way. Do you have >> encountered such a problem before? It is probably related to the files >> in debian/schema, a missing patch or a maintainer script. Any ideas? > Nevermind. I have just found Debian bug #707075 and README.Debian... > That's unfortunate. > > Markus > Oh yeah this ugly issue / change.. @security team: IMHO we have got onl the two options to remove support for otrs2 in oos or to update it to the most recent 3.3.x version. I know many companies who are using the offical Debian packages from otrs, but yeah not the wheezy one anymore ;)So we should took the risk to update to 3.3.x upstream, the upgrade path from < 3.3x to >= 3.3.x is ugly for most MySQL users, because of the old default storage engine. But realy I do not realy care about users which would yell about that now about 4 years..
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