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MAMP Pro restore from Time Machine

Dear experts,

I have urgent serious problem. Yesterday, i have formatted my mac previously backed up with time machine.

Today, i tried to restore MAMP include Database, but NO DATABASES WAS INSIDE...

Please HELP. How can i restore MAMP Pro databases from time machine backup

THANK YOU,
Dan
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mccrickCommented:
It must be somewhere else. Did you try spotlight on the backup from within TM?
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DanSmirAuthor Commented:
mccrick, i tried a lot of things. I copied DB folder from backup to new mac and changed permissions no luck.
I restored MAMP/MAMP Pro folders, no luck. I don't know what to do, all my web devs there...

Any ideas?
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DanSmirAuthor Commented:
BTW, i didn't restored mac during installation or migration, It was a clean install with clean soft installation. Except MAMP. MAMP was restored via time machine.
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mccrickCommented:
My concern is that the DB might live in another directory other than where you are looking, hence the spotlight search in TM.

You might try a data migration from the TM backup. It should give you the option of excluding apps. Did you do this already? It sounds like not.
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DanSmirAuthor Commented:
Well, i'm not. Ill try to do this right now to another mac and let you know.
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DanSmirAuthor Commented:
Well, i restored my TM backup to wife's macbook (formatted it, she probably will kill me). And was able to backup all databases from old MAMP, after that everything was simple.

Next time i will be smarter, much smarter.

Thanks.
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mccrickCommented:
Smarter as in: Next time you won't mess with your wife's computer?

Glad that worked as I nothing about MAMP. ;-)
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