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I accidentally overwrote CMS pages when I migrated from M1 to M2. I still have the backup of the old M2. So my question is, where can I find the file location of the M2 CMS pages?

  • check under content > pages – Devidas Feb 27 at 11:09
  • No I can't because they are gone. I have the backup. I'm thinking more like in folder file location in public_html. – Daniel Something Feb 27 at 11:12
  • do you have M2 database backup ? – Pawan Feb 27 at 11:14
  • Yes. Currently I'm trying to overwrite all old cms tables with new ones. So I think that should do the trick right? – Daniel Something Feb 27 at 11:20
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    Yes, just dump table "cms_page" and "cms_page_store" from old database. – Pawan Feb 27 at 11:30
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If you have old database backup, You can just copy cms_page and cms_page_store table and import in new database.

just dump table "cms_page" and "cms_page_store" form old database

Hope above will help!

  • if anybody down vote, should take bother to write comment why down voting!..:) – Pawan Feb 28 at 9:01
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Just open your database managers like PHPMyAdmin or adminer and search for a table with the name cms_page (in your dumped back-up). And check every page via its name, for example, 404 Not Found. After this, you can see a column with the name "content" - its the content of this page, you can edit it. Screenshot example below. enter image description here

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