A quick question out to the world. What management tools do you use for MySQL?
We currently have:
- MySQL Workbench : It’s OK, but I don’t really like it. It feels like half a product compared to tools I’ve used for other database engines…
- phpMyAdmin : I’ve used this on and off for over a decade for my own website. While I’m typing this sentence, they’ve probably released 4 new versions. We have an installation of this which we use to access our MySQL databases should the need arise.
- mysql Command Line : I use the command line and a variety of scripts for the vast majority of the things I do.
When I’m working with Oracle, my first port of call for any situation is to use SQL*Plus along with a variety of scripts I’ve created over the years. The performance stuff in Cloud Control (if you’ve paid for the Diagnostics and Tuning option) is the big exception to that of course.
I still consider myself a newbie MySQL administrator, but I’ve found myself spending more and more time at the command line, to the point where I rarely launch MySQL Workbench or phpMyAdmin these days. I’m wondering if that is common to other MySQL administrators, or if it is a carry over from my Oracle background…
Enquiring minds need to know!
MySQL : What management tools do you use? was first posted on October 31, 2014 at 9:35 am.
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