If you know your schema, you can just query it MySQL’s client.

Example:

$ mysql -h 127.0.0.1 -P 9312
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Your MySQL connection id is 1
Server version: 2.2.1-id64-dev (r4097)
 
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mysql> SELECT * FROM entry where match('@entry_id "0_q3m5gmpr"')\G;
*************************** 1. row ***************************
                id: 4337757
      int_entry_id: 1971494773
              type: 5
        media_type: 3
             views: 0
 moderation_status: 6
   length_in_msecs: 0
 access_control_id: 25
  moderation_count: 0
              rank: 0
        total_rank: 0
             plays: 0
replacement_status: 0
            source: 0
      entry_status: 2
 display_in_search: 1
partner_sort_value: 0
        created_at: 1475009362
        updated_at: 1475009393
       modified_at: 1475009362
        media_date: 0
        start_date: 0
          end_date: 0
    available_from: 1475009362
    last_played_at: 0
      str_entry_id: 0_q3m5gmpr
              name: Tutorial
1 row in set (0.00 sec)
 
ERROR:
No query specified