MySQL on Debian versions is configured differently than the native local MySQL plugin so you will be disappointed when your password on the mysql client fails by default.
Here is how you reset the MySQL root password the proper and "working way"
#first we gracefully stop mysql
sudo systemctl stop mysql;
#then we forcefully kill any mysqld process just in case
sudo killall -9 mysqld mysqld_safe;........
I bricked one of my cards by following a guide from UNRAID.
Step #1 from them wipes out the BIOS, but guess what? The step where you restore the BIOS should have been done first, which is sas2flash but no version supports or is able to find my Perc 6/i. So now I'm a bit stuck.
I tried using megarec but it's funny that it can wipe the BIOS but can't forcefully reload it:
megarec -writesbr 0 mpt2sas.rom
Supports 1078 control........
I haven't updated VBOX in ages but have never seen this issue and it has my CPU running at 100C.
Manually/forcefully killing the process does not work with "kill -kill 3892".
I've closed the VBOXManager and everything else related to it.
This did seem to happen around the time I ran VBoxManage clonehd and it failed, the terminal issue locked up and also never wrote a byte of anything. I forced killed the VBoxManage and tried to remove &........
Different distributions such as Debian and Centos behave differently when trying to shutdown your system.
shutdown -H now on Debian does not do what you'd expect. The system won't power down, it will halt and do everything but power down.
shutdown -PH now will do the job though (actually power the system off). This is important to test especially if you are not near the system. If you just use -P it forcefully shuts off which is not........