I've had a mysql database (supporting a drupal installation) for about 8 years on godaddy. No problem. Suddenly (on or around November 15th, although hard to know for sure) the drupal site errored out on a mysql error.
The error reported (#1033 - Incorrect information in file) indicates that there is a corruption in the database, but if I look I see that for some reason the InnoDB engine is disabled (looks like overall, but at least for my database.) That would account for the error. But I can't restart my mysql database (on shared hosting), or even know where to look at the my,cnf file.
Godaddy support seems to think this is something outside of their scope as a "content" issue. even though I'm asserting that its a server issue. No changes have been to our setup in probably a year (and that was simply an upgrade of drupal.)
Anybody has any ideas on how to get the appropriate attention for this issue?