I'm trying to follow the Multi-Server setup instructions as I want redesign things so that all of the eggs arent on the same basket. I have all 5 servers set with the base OS stuff, steps 1-6 just as the instructions say. Then I start the Web Server installation. However, the instructions say install the "mysql-client" and "mysql-server" and says to give it a root password when prompted during the install. Well, it never asks for a password during the install. So after the install I log into mysql with "mysql -u root -p" and simply press enter for the password and it lets me in. I change/set the password for root to a new password. However, when I exit mysql and then log back in, I can still get in with an empty password. Not only that, I can get in with the new password too. When I do the single all-in-one server, when mysql or mariadb is installed, it always asks for a password during the install. Why is it not asking for one now? And how is it that it's saying it changed the password for 'root'@'localhost' but it's still able to use the empty password??? Im trying this on Ubuntu 18.04.03. Any thoughts??