RAID Server Data Recovery
Servers have different functions within the IT infrastructure. Whether it is a file server, application server, web server or a mail server, they are all critical to the overall operations of the business. But anyone of these servers can become inaccessible or lose data as a result of a software failure or hardware malfunction.
Even though some of these servers may have a number of hard drives configured together, they are not immune to data loss. Servers have the exact same vulnerabilities as PCs, but the risks can be much higher and the impact can cause the company a tremendous loss of productivity and even loss of revenue.
If you lost critical data on a RAID, keep your cool and pick up the phone and call us immediate and talk to one of our data recovery specialists. Whatever the circumstances are we are here to help you recover your data quickly and cost-effectively.
Common issues we see with RAID/Servers Systems include:
RAID controller failure,
Accidental reconfiguration of RAID drives,
Accidental replacement of media components,
Single or multiple drive failures,
Lost registry configuration.
We have experience in RAID data recovery from all sorts of servers and all operating systems and we work with hardware manufactured by HP, Compaq, IBM, Dell, Adaptec, Apple, D-Link and Other NAS Units.
We perform data recovery on Windows, Mac & Linux file systems. We also work with Vmware.
Types of RAID Systems We work on:
- RAID 0 (Disk Striping)
- RAID 1 (Disk Mirroring)
- RAID 5 (Disk Striping with Parity)
- All other RAID levels including RAID-6
The most common issues we encounter are:
- Hardware-related issues caused by hard disk wear & tear.
- Firmware-related issues such as firmware corruption
- Shock / impact to the hard drives