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Raid Server Data Recovery

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"I am writing to thank you for your work on our Linux RAID5 machine over
the weekend of Oct 20th. It was a very urgent problem for us - we had a
critical deadline to meet and I am pleased to say that with your
assistance that deadline has now been met. We were very happy with the
service you provided and much appreciate that you worked over the
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Martin Mallinson
Director of Design Engineering
ESS Technology
Kelowna BC"


Common RAID Recovery Failures:
  • Multi hard drives dead physically in RAID 5 server
           "Successful recovery from IBM SQL Raid 5 Server when two hard drives from 6 hard drives died at the same time."  Success Story from Telus.

  • Single Drive Failure in RAID 5 Server

  • RAID System failure

  • RAID Configuration Failure

  • Physical Disk Failure in RAID System

  • RAID Redundancy Failure, such as, parity loss

  • Data Striping Corruption or Loss

  • Failed Backup Restoration

  • RAID Controller Failure

  • Unbootable Systems

  • Corrupted RAID

  • Missing Partitions

  • Computer virus and worm damage

  • Natural Disaster

  • Human Error


Raid Data Recovery from these Raid configuration:
  • RAID Level 0 (referred to as striping): data is split across drives.

  • RAID Level 1 (referred to as mirroring): 2 hard drives with redundancy by duplicating all data from one drive on another drive. 

  • RAID Level 1, 1E, 0 1

  • RAID Level 2, which uses Hamming error correction codes, is intended for use with drives which do not have built-in error detection. All SCSI drives support built-in error detection, so this level is of little use when using SCSI drives.

  • RAID Level 3 stripes data at a byte level across several drives, with parity stored on one drive.

  • RAID Level 4 stripes data at a block level across several drives, with parity stored on one drive. 

  • RAID Level 5 (referred to as striping with distributed parity): distributes parity among the drives.

  • RAID Level 5E, 5EE

  • RAID Level 6.

  • RAID Level 7.

  • RAID 0/1 or 10: Dual level raid, combines multiple mirrored drives (RAID 1) with data striping (RAID 0) into a single array.

  • RAID 0/3 or 30.

  • RAID 0/5 or 50: Dual level raid, combines multiple RAID 5 sets with data striping (RAID 0).

  • RAID 1/5 or 51.


  • Raid Z, Z2, Z3

  • ...


Experienced in the past on these Raid Manufacturers and storage devices:
  • 3ware

  • Adaptec

  • AMI

  • Bus Logic

  • Dell PowerEdge, PowerVault, EqualLogic, and Compellent Series

  • EMC and NetApp product lines

  • HP / Compaq ProLiant, LeftHand, and 3PAR Series

  • IBM xSeries, Power Series (AIX, Linux), and storage subsystems

  • Mylex

  • PERC

  • Pinnacle

  • Promise

  • Raidtec

  • SAN– and NAS-based RAIDs and standalone storage systems

  • Software RAIDS

  • Storage Dimensions

  • Sun

  • Supermicro server and storage subsystems

  • ...

Data Recovery from all the Raid servers:
  • File servers

  • Application servers

  • Web servers

  • Network attached storage RAID systems

  • SAN

  • DAS

Work on all the Operating Systems:
  • Windows NT

  • Windows XP

  • Windows 2000 / 2003 / 2008 / 2012

  • Windows 7

  • Microsoft Exchange

  • MS SQL

  • Sun Solaris



  • UNIX

  • Mac OS

  • FreeBSD

  • Netware

  • VMWare ...