We're running CiviCRM 4.6.8 on WordPress 4.3.1.
I've been getting the following error message since the last CiviCRM upgrade:
Warning Your database is configured to use the MyISAM database engine. CiviCRM requires InnoDB. You will need to convert any MyISAM tables in your database to InnoDB. Using MyISAM tables will result in data integrity issues.
The site is on a shared server, so I can't change the storage engine unless we move the website to a VPS package.
Does it matter? Should we fork out the $ for a VPS? Migrate elsewhere?