Category: Raid Data Recovery

We love to share our works with our page visitors. The below posts are from the data recovery cases we received.

Behave responsibly with RAID Arrays

️RAID failures may occur for several reasons: In case of failure of one member drive; In case of failure of more than one member drive; In cases not related to driving failure (controller problem or operation error). One of the RAID5 arrays drives failed. Immediately after problem inspection, our client started to change it with…

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VMWare ESXi Data Recovery

Virtualization, for sure, has own specific advantages, but it adds complexity to disaster and data recovery operations. Multiple servers on a single machine and virtualization platform allow us to use hardware resources more efficiently. However, if server monitoring measures are not present, in the event of a machine crash, multiple servers may become inaccessible at…

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RAID system might end up being damaged

A new year does not change some old rules. And one of those rules states that “If you are not careful, your uncontrolled RAID system might end up being damaged”. Happens all the time and gives tough times to a person who bears direct responsibility for data loss cases. At this very time, our RAID…

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Managed to retrieve Databases

️ We have managed to retrieve databases from another damaged RAID10 Array with four drives. In our previous posts, we have mentioned that for databases RAID10 is usually a more recommended solution. This is the rule that most IT engineers follow now, but a proper RAID monitoring system often seems to be overlooked. Any RAID…

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A mirrored copy – RAID 1

Data recovery from a RAID1 system is completed. Who would expect a total failure of a RAID1 Array that consists of a mirrored copy of data on two or more drives? An IT person who is in charge of taking care of the whole IT infrastructure should expect such scenarios. That person should be aware…

Raid Data Recovery