2014-12-03 10:09



I'm using MAMP and OS X 10.10.1 and use Time Machine to backup my local environment. I've recently had several occurances where a database disappears from phpMyAdmin and is inaccessible to my local site but is visible if I connect through mysql on the command line. I do however see that some of the databases are conflicted and are listed like so:

#mysql50#wp_comments (MacBook Pro de...conflicted

What is the best way to get rid of these conflicted files? I think the conflicted file contains the most recent information so I would prefer to keep that if possible.

I'm guessing this is the reason for the tables disappearing from phpMyAdmin?

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  • doubi7496 doubi7496 7年前

    The error that keeps the databases from appearing indeed seems to be the message itself. Removing the #mysql50# and the conflict message as well as the less recent version of the table will leave the database in its most recent state before the conflict occurred.

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