We provide RAID data recovery from servers and workstations and RAID arrays
Data Recovery Lab technicians are capable of recovering and repairing inaccessible data from all forms of RAID arrays including: file servers, application servers, web servers, network attached storage RAID systems of any data size.
Data Recovery From Different RAID Array Configuration Under The Following Operating Systems: Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Microsoft Exchange, Sun, Solaris, IBM AIX HP UX, LINUX, UNIX:
RAID-0 > Striped Array Data Recovery
RAID-1 > Mirror Array Data Recovery
RAID-5 > Parity Striped Array Data Recovery
RAID-6 > Double Parity Data Recovery
RAID-10 > Mirroring & Striping
JBOD > Spanned Disks Array Data Recovery
RAID systems have increased the speed and reliability of data storage by its use of multiple disks in an array. Most systems are designed to be fault tolerant. However, these systems sometimes fail beyond the point of recovery by conventional recovery methods.
Causes of Data Loss in RAID Systems
Software and operating system upgrades
Two or more hard drives fail or go offline configuration
Failure of RAID controller or change in the RAID
Server crashes and fails to mount volumes / partitions
Addition of incompatible hard drives to the array
Hardware / Software malfunction.
RAID Data Recovery Supported Levels:
RAID 0 – Stripe Set without parity.
RAID 5 – Stripe Set with parity.
RAID 1 – Mirroring / Duplexing.
Other RAID combinations such as RAID 0+1, RAID 5+0, RAID 5+1 etc