Originally Posted by sitechooser
Thanks for the response and advice. We tried all of your suggestions but in the end I think phphmyadmin as the weak link. MySQL workbench came to the rescue and all our slow upload and query issues vanished. If anyone else if having these issues I would highly recommend the switch.
Yep, there's really no need to even use the phpmyadmin.
Although, I have installed it within the past few months on my home machine just to see what people are talking about when they have questions about it. It seems to be great for minor modifications and overall viewing, but with lack of being able to do easily view the related data, I may as well just stick with the command line. There was also one structural change I couldn't do from the phpmyadmin. It was removal of something, not a column or anything like that, but I can't remember what it was. Had to do it from the command line.