No, you should import the data into another instance of mysql to extract the records.
From: Andy Wallace [mailto:awallace@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2010 10:34 AM
To: mysql list
Subject: question about restoring...
So, I got a request this morning to recover some specific records for
a client. I just want a handful of records from a couple of tables here.
I have a copy of the INNODB files for these two tables - is there a way
to extract the table contents from these files short of a full import?
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