If you can still access your MySQL database but you can't see it in your console, it is possible that your database is deployed in another AWS region.
You can see the AWS region in the database endpoint. For instance, if you have this endpoint:
mydb.123456789012.us-east-1.rds.amazonaws.com, it means this database is deployed in
us-east-1 region which is US East (N. Virginia) AWS region.
Did you check the other AWS regions ?
Thank you. I solved the problem by starting a connection with AWS from another browser, in which I saw invisible databases. After clearing the cache and cookies, all browsers worked correctly.
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