Debian Reset MySQL Root Password

Only for mysql server installed by ‘apt-get‘.

Under System root and localhost only.

You can find password for ‘debian-sys-maint‘, you can update root password by logging in as this user.

If you have replication, you may need to update all slaves manually.

Debian Reset MySQL Root Password by @sskaje: https://sskaje.me/2015/06/debian-reset-mysql-root-password/

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Cloudera Manager Drop Database/User on Embedded Postgresql

First, you have to find out where the password locates.
https://gist.github.com/mrmichalis/5984131
I ran these on which Cloudera Manager locates.

The cloudera-scm is the superuser.
And the first line in that file is the password.

To drop a database, dropdb is the command:

Commands may like:

To drop a user, using dropuser:

Commands may like:

Cloudera Manager Drop Database/User on Embedded Postgresql by @sskaje: https://sskaje.me/2014/04/cloudera-manager-drop-databaseuser-embedded-postgresql/

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