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reusing time machine backup disk for new (ly installed) mac

The migration assistant only offers the option to inherit an old time machine backup during the os installation. I had to wipe and reinstall my macbook 4 weeks ago (tinkered to much with os-dependent services ^^) and now wanted to incorporate my old time machine backups so that I have access to old file as i started with a clean mac not using the migration stuff (as this would most probably have recreated some of the issues i wanted to evade in the first place). Turns out the time machine has a command line interface tmutil that make this task very easy:

sudo tmutil inheritbackup /Volumes/BACKUPDISK/Backups.backupdb/OLDMACHINENAME

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