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📌 An .IBD file instance is oriented on a MySQL table generated by the InnoDB database engine. As a rule, it includes index data and a table-specific tablespace which involves primary and secondary keys, foreign keys for table joins, sorting parameters, etc. .IBD files are made up and initiated when MySQL’s innodb_file_per_table tweak is activated, which is set up by default in the basic developer’s ecosystem. Quite frequently .IBD files are delivered in the encrypted shape, which suggests that their data may be accessed only via the keys, built when a user initially generated the database which afterwards created and opened the relevant .IBD resource.
📌 .IBD data entries can be seamlessly viewed, opened, processed and executed by MySQL database management system, which is shared, distributed and downloaded as a wide-spread open-source DBMS, used for management of either online or offline apps, services, and toolkits, if you have previously enabled and activated InnoDB engine feature. InnoDB is the default DB-engine which MySQL is based on in order to open, update, create or in other ways manage various table-relied .IBD data. In most of the MySQL table instances, InnoDB stores custom users’ tables in diverse file samples which are saved with .IBD extension type.