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Your problem has nothing to do with missing databases. You real problem stems directly from the way you logged in to MySQL. First, look at your comment SHOW DATABASES; => information_schema, test. SELECT USER(); => root@localhost SELECT CURRENT_USER(); => @localhost SHOW GRANTS; => GRANT USAGE ON *.* TO ''@'localhost' Note the difference ...


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If you are truly signed in as root - and the response to 'SELECT USER()' indicates this is true, then the databases do not exist on that instance of MySQL. You're either on the wrong instance (are there two copies of MySQL on that computer, or are you on the wrong host?) or you deleted the databases. The "SHOW DATABASES" command actually lists the ...



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