The MySQL Utilities that come with Workbench can make short work of some important tasks. Back before MySQL 4, I used to have to regualrly create a copy of a production database by using a script that used mysqldump to save the database, create the new database, and feed in the data from the dump. It was not pretty but it worked reasonable well. But I longed for a more universal, one step process to do this work. And now we have mysqldbcopy.
# Source on localhost: ... connected.
# Destination on localhost: ... connected.
# Copying database world renamed as world_copy
# Copying TABLE world.City
# Copying TABLE world.Country
# Copying TABLE world.CountryLanguage
# Copying data for TABLE world.City
# Copying data for TABLE world.Country
# Copying data for TABLE world.CountryLanguage