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Where's the How-To for Encrypting Tables with MySQL 5.7?
Posted by: Chris Scarff
Date: July 18, 2016 02:20PM

Sorry if someone has asked this already, but I cannot seem to find any clear how-to for encrypting InnoDB tables using MySQL 5.7. I've already encrypted my replication, now it's time to look at the data-at-rest side of the house and encrypt some or all of the tables.

I'm sorry for this comparison, but I've already found how-tos for doing this with MariaDB, but I know it's somewhere different now as the streams part ways.

Can the Community version of MySQL 5.7.13 encrypt tables, or must we move up to the Enterprise version?

Where can I find the instructions for this procedure?

I've dug through MySQL docs and I'm seeing pieces, but I don't see the entire "from start to finish" documents or blogs out there as I did with MariaDB.

Thanks for any pointers.

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