This is a fairly common problem to find after an upgrade to Jira. Some older versions of Jira were not checking for this. In some cases you might never notice a problem when running similar collations. However, since Atlassian is not testing every possible collation, it is probably best to correct this by creating a new database with the correct collation (as listed in the documentation) and then importing your existing data into that instance.
Steps on how I would recommend doing that are as follows:
By following these steps you can then import your previous data into a supported database with the correct database setup.
I would recommend avoiding trying to change the collation on an existing database, in theory it is possible, but I have found it can be difficult to do correctly, and this method is usually more successful.
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