I'm shortly migrating a Debian Lenny webserver to another host and Debian Squeeze. The standard MySQL installation even on Squeeze is 5.1 and therefore would default to MyISAM - I'm inclined to stick with my usual rule of thumb that I stay with as standard a Debian install as possible for maximum stability, particularly as enabling InnoDB doesn't seem to be completely fool-proof
The transactional load on the database is minimal as it is a low traffic website. I'm more concerned with keeping management as simple as possible than anything else. The site runs a customised version of WordPress developed by a 3rd party.
I should add that my experience with MySQL in any form is minimal.
Should I stick with my plan or take the opportunity to look into InnoDB?