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I have a two databases, when I prompt SHOW DATABASES I can see a list of the databases, including mysql, performance_schema and informations_schema. I can prompt 'SELECT DATABASE_NAME' on both of them, I can prompt 'SHOW TABLES' on both of them, but when I try to query I get the error mentioned in the title of this question. I use MySQL 5.7.7, and the InnoDB is set to FILE_PER_TABLE. All files are in the correct folder, including the ibdata1 and both of the log files.

Does anyone has a solution?

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I think you might be able to find the answer in the following post: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7759170/mysql-table-doesnt-exist-but-it-does-or-it-should

Seems to have the same issue as you.

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