Your problem is not clear to me. I will try to rephrase, correct me if I'm wrong.
You moved all the contents of your server and now you cannot access your Bitbucket Server (formerly Stash) because it was probably not moved correctly or was not working anymore.
First, your team/company should have their own backup procedures before doing stuff like this. Atlassian provided a tool/feature to perform a backup of the tool (read https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/data-recovery-and-backups-776640050.html).
Secondly, check on what's really happening. Can you check if it's really not there or is it not just working? You cannot restore from backup if you don't have a backup in the first place.
As mentioned by Gabrielle, it'd be good if you could clarify what exactly you're looking for.
If you want to move Stash to a different server, we recommend you follow these guides:
Hope that helps.
Thanks for the reply,
We are taking a of Stash 3.6 backup and trying to restore on a Test server. For development purpose.
But did not find any options in Administrative page, to Backup and Restore.
We followed the below instruction but lot of data is missing.
Missing data means, all repositories are replicated, but the content of the repository is missing
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