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What Database CM Tools are available for MySQL on a Linux system?

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What CM tools are available for MySQL databases on a Linux system?  
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Unsure if this is what you are looking for but have you tried:
http://www.sqlitemanager.org/

and phpmyadmin:
http://www.phpmyadmin.net/
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I need a CM tool that can track the changes to the data, who changed it and when, and able to roll back changes to its initial state.
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Being honest I don't think there is such a tool, unless you wrote your own which supports multiple users and rollback, I suspect it may be quite a big task.
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I found the answer to the question - I have identified two CM Tools that are available - DB Audit from www.softTreeTech.com   and  NetDirector from http://www.emusoftware.com.

Thanks anyway.
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Not sure if they would do what you are looking for in terms of restoration, but netdirector is an interesting one.
Anyway glad you found what you are looking for!
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