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I have a bigger database with around 1000 tables. Unfortunately after a OS X update everything vanished, but I was able to recover all the file that now consists of only .frm and libd files. Following answers from here restore table from .frm and .ibd file? I did the following, test only on one table

1.Installed MAMP

2.Created a new database that has the same name as the old (sunflower)

3.Using mysqlfrm I was able to get a query that created me the table structure( First at once I am trying to recover only one table):

    CREATE TABLE `sunflower`.`USDT@002dNXT_hour` (
  `id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, 
  `datetime` datetime NOT NULL, 
  `open` text, 
  `close` text, 
  `low` text, 
  `high` text, 
  `volume` text, 
  `btc_volume` text, 
PRIMARY KEY `PRIMARY` (`datetime`),
UNIQUE KEY `id` (`id`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB;

Here I encountered with one problem. Running this query it created me a file called : usdt@0040002dnxt_hour.ibd why my old file is usdt@002dnxt_hour.ibd. (Renaming 1 file will be fine, but renaming 1000 is quite complicated)

  1. Then I run : ALTER TABLE USDT@002dNXT_hour DISCARD TABLESPACE;

  2. Copied the old usdt@002dnxt_hour.ibd file to my database directory.

  3. Now I tried to run ALTER TABLE USDT@002dNXT_hour IMPORT TABLESPACE; which complained that such a table does not exits, so I renamed my file to usdt@0040002dnxt_hour.ibd.

  4. Running now the same script trows me this error : #1808 - Schema mismatch (Table has ROW_TYPE_COMPACT row format, .ibd file has ROW_TYPE_DYNAMIC row format.) So I changed the row type be running : ALTER TABLE USDT@002dNXT_hour ROW_FORMAT=DYNAMIC;.
  5. Now running the import query again throws me this error : Table sunflower.usdt@002dnxt_hour doesn't exist, however the table exits.

Is my approach is good ? If yes, where I make the mistake ?

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  • there seem to be version mismatch as well try to install the same MySQL version first – Nawaz Sohail Mar 6 '18 at 17:45
  • Is a higher version of MySQL is compatible with the older data, or it has to be exactly the same version ? – πter Mar 6 '18 at 20:23
  • Installing the same MySQL version solved my problem – πter Mar 7 '18 at 19:45
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Overall your method/steps look good.

  • Step3: Change you CREATE TABLE statement

    CREATE TABLE sunflower.#mysql50#USDT@002dNXT_hour

This should create the table the way you expect it to be i.e. no 0040 is added to table name.

  • Step 6: This shouldn't be required after change to Step3 as mentioned above

Give this a try.

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