Thanks to Hercules. It gave me a hint to a solution that solved this problem. Some of the tables were in MyISAM and when I replaced those tables with InnoDB and made the MySQL default engine type to InnoDB, the problem was solved.
I think the automatic upgrade should do this as part of the checklist and ensure that the DB schema contains an appropriate configuration/data.
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