I have no idea how I ended up in that situation, but the entire system of my odroid locked up earlier this week. Not even rebooting was working. Most of the commands failed with a segfault or bus errors.
root@odroid:~# reboot -f -r now Segmentation fault
After a quick search, I stumbled over the Unix&Linux Stackexchange where someone says – Try to reboot with the magic SysRq key. Wait what?
echo b > /proc/sysrq-trigger
The SysRq-trigger has a ton of use cases that are documented in the kernel documentation
b flag triggers an immediate reboot of the system without syncing or unmounting your disks. And it worked like a charm. 🎉