I decided it was time to make some serious changes. To start off we need to get some boost. This holiday weekend I’m going to be adding 10PSI during my stage 2 mustang procharger install! It’s all about maximum performance and handling from here on out.
The Performance Pack didn’t get a spoiler, Ford deletes it from the car if you order this package. Why do they do this? I’ve never heard a concrete answer, but people’s guesses range from wind tunnel testing to conspiracy theories. Personally, I think Ford figured a performance package buyer would possibly want a blank slate.
I waited for MMD’s V-Series Grilles to come out. They were the best looking mustang grilles out of all the models on the market at the time. I was very excited about the install, but dreading taking off the front fascia.
Having completed the exhaust install I started to enjoy the car on the road. I was practicing my heel-toe and just having fun while the engine broke in. I also started itching for more mods and the lack of mustang led lights was a problem, incandescent lighting sucks!
I picked my Mustang up in February of 2016. A brand-new ’16 Oxford White Mustang in GT PP trim. My plan is to race this car so I skipped on the luxury features such as navigation and premium audio, but went for every performance option. On my way home I had a lot of fun.
Today I ran a workshop with our newest network administrators; Our topic was denial of service mitigation. We currently utilize Arbor Peakflow Threat Management System to detect and scrub inbound attacks. Arbor is a phenomenal system capable of amazing performance. With the right tuning, templates and bandwidth it’s virtually handsfree. However some motivated attackers manage to
I’ve encountered this issue several times on windows VMs (sadly need a few still) where modern versions of Windows, i.e. Windows 8 will occasionally prevent you from deleting a directory. One was a directory an installer created, in this case Open Office, which was not cleaned up due to a VM crash during the install
I’ve struggled to improve Samba (SMB) performance between my Mac Pro (Late 2013) running OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 and my CentOS 6.6 Linux server. The server has a large ZFS share with all my backups and archives as well as various KVM instances running off SSDs. My Mac Pro absolutely must access that ZFS share
Working on updating some ServerTech CDU firmware today I found that they wouldn’t connect to my fresh new FTP server. I checked my firewall, I checked my server log, and saw that they weren’t authenticating correctly: