I lost few days of password because my synchronisation messed with my keepass file
anyway where I could find the password for mysql so I could reset my admin password
I tried the appropriate version of https://my.example.com/api/v1/session/password/reset.html?reset_token=<token>&email=<email> for my instance with a blank token string in case the token was just an empty string and got:
mysql -uroot -ppassword -e "select username, email, resetToken from box.users";
don't work with the password I found in
mysql -uroot -ppassword -e "select username, email, resetToken from box.users";is as-is. Meaning the password is 'password' and not the one in
/etc/mysql/debian.cnf. The server only listens on localhost and is not accessible by any of the apps, so the password is not a problem.