An incremental backup produces a directory structure containing a
subset of the files from a full backup. All non-InnoDB files such
*.MYD, and so
on are included.
*.ibd files are included
only if they changed since the full backup, that is, if their
maximum logical sequence number is
higher than the value specified by the
find /tmp/backups/tmp/backups /tmp/backups/backup-my.cnf /tmp/backups/datadir /tmp/backups/datadir/ibbackup_ibd_files /tmp/backups/datadir/ibbackup_logfile /tmp/backups/datadir/ibdata1 /tmp/backups/datadir/mem /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/db.opt /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/dc_p_double.frm /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/dc_p_double.par /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/dc_p_long.frm /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/dc_p_long.par /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/dc_p_string.frm /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/dc_p_string.par /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/graph_dc_schedules.frm /tmp/backups/datadir/mem/graph_schedules.frm ... many more files...
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