Ticket #4668 (closed defect: fixed)
Installing Zentyal-core messes with existing MySQL
|Reported by:||jjdejong@…||Owned by:||jamor@…|
Installing Zentyal-core adds the file /etc/mysql/conf.d/zentyal.cnf. This file causes InnoDB to be turned off, which is a little awkward if I have an InnoDB database already running in MySQL.
Since Zentyal has no native tools yet to manage MySQL, existing set-ups of MySQL should not be broken when intalling Zentyal on an Ubuntu server.