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My personal favourite is MySQLFront, but sadly it only runs on windows.
You can have multiple databases on different servers open at the same
time; transfer databases between servers; tables between databases - on
different servers; it's easier to set up and maintain database and table
definitions etc, and in my personal opinion is far superior to anything
that MySQL themselves offer, and better than PHPMyAdmin. I don't believe
there are any books for it though.
Dave Stratford ZFCA
Hexagon Systems Limited - Experts in VME systems development