MySQL Enterprise Backup User's Guide (Version 4.1.3)

16.14 Options for Working with Encrypted InnoDB Tablespaces

Starting with release 4.0.2, MySQL Enterprise Backup supports encrypted InnoDB tablespaces. For details on how the MySQL server encrypts and decrypts InnoDB tables, see InnoDB Data-at-Rest Encryption. See Chapter 6, Working with Encrypted InnoDB Tables on how mysqlbackup commands handle encrypted InnoDB tables.

When InnoDB tablespace encryption uses Oracle Key Vault (OKV) for encryption key management, the feature is referred to as MySQL Enterprise Transparent Data Encryption (TDE).

The following are the command-line options for working with encrypted InnoDB tables: