Raid server data recovery
Raid recovery services for all servers and raid systems. We can recover data from failed raid systems running under any raid level and operating system, from failed server rebuilds, single or multiple drive failures, etc and in many cases we are able to recover where other fail, free diagnosis even on second opinions.
Please call us to find out more. From HP Dell IBM Lenovo Compaq Fujitsu and all other server systems running any operating system and RAID level.
HP Proliant Series: ML350 DL Series. Tower and Rack mounted servers.
System X ThinkServer, Rack mounted and tower systems.
Dell PowerEdge series : R230, R330, R6415, R7415, C4130, R430, R730xd, R440, R540, R640,
R740, R740xd, R530, R630, R730, C4140, R7425, R830, R940, R930
IBM Rackmounted Power Servers: S821LC, S822LC, S822, S812L, S822L, S824.
All other servers, Supermicro, Fujitsu, etc.
Stand-alone servers usually have drives built-in as part of the server. On tower servers, the RAID drive bays will either be inside the box, or there may be a number of bays that are accessible on the front of the server. Rack-mounted servers, like the one in the photo usually have the RAID drives mounted where the drives are easily accessible. In some cases, there may be a DAS connected containing other data drives.
We can recover from all RAID server systems, from new and old. From all hard drive types, including SCSI, SAS, SATA, ATA, SSD
From almost every operating system. Windows server, Linux, UNIX, etc. and file systems including NTFS, REFS, EXT, HFS, APFS, XFS, UFS, ZFS, VMFS, etc. Contact us if there is any doubt.
NAS RAID data recovery
NAS RAID recovery from all NAS storage equipment. Single drives to multi-bay racked NAS enclosures. From every manufacturer and operating system. EXT, EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, XFS, ZFS, Drobo BeyondRAID and from Windows and MAC based NAS equipment.
NAS boxes connect using a network connection. Some have built-in Wi-Fi enabling easy connection to the device. Most of them come with built-in file-sharing, music, video and photo sharing servers that can connect to and be used on computers, mobile phones, smart TVs and most other connected equipment. Allowing you to watch videos or play music anywhere you want.
Larger NAS are used for storing business data often containing LUNs or other Virtual Machine data. We are able to recover from all types of NAS and from advanced LUN management systems including thin provisioned and proprietary provisioning as used in Synology and QNAP NAS servers.
DAS RAID data recovery
RAID Recovery from DAS systems. Direct Access Storage external enclosures containing several hard drives that are connected directly to the computer, using SAS, SCSI, eSATA. We regularly recover data from drives in DAS enclosures.
HP D3600 D3700 D2600, D2700, DS600 D2000 D2220sb etc.
MD1400 MD1420 FS8600 SC4020 SC5020 SC7020 SC9000 SC All-Flash SCv2000 SCv3000 etc.
DS3500 DS3512 DS3524 EXP2500 EXP3500 EXP3512 etc.
JX40 JX60 All Fujitsu Primergy DAS
DAS enclosures contain a number of drives that can be configured as a RAID or JBOD on the host server. They come in all sizes that use 2.5 inch SAS or 3.5 inch SAS, SCSI or SATA drives. Some modern DAS enclosures use PCIe based or standard SATA/SAS Solid State Drives (SSD).
The enclosures are connected directly to the server using SCSI, SAS or in some cases USB cables.
SAN data recovery
Storage area network or SAN systems are highly complex and require the best engineers available to recover data. Having an in-depth understanding how the data is stored is vital before recovery can even commence. We can recover data from the most sophisticated systems including EMC, Equallogic, Netapp, Stornext, Centravision and Apple XSAN.
F800 H400 H500 H600 A200 A2000 108NL 36NL 72NL IQ3600x IQ5400S etc
E5600 E2700 E2800 E5600 E5700 EF540 FAS2500 FAS2600 FAS8000 FAS8200 FAS9000 etc.
PS4000 PS4100 PS4110 PS6000 PS6010 PS6100 PS6110 etc.
HP, Fujitsu, IBM, Broadberry, SuperMicro, etc.
Storage Area Network (SAN) drive enclosures are usually found in top-end servers. Each SAN enclosure can be combined over a fiber channel or iSCSI network with other enclosures to form a Cluster.
All enclosures are connected to the host server the management of the SAN is configured and maintained. There can be several SAN clusters connected to the host, each independently controlled.
RAID Recovery Process
Our RAID recovery processes are safe and use best practices. Our imaging systems for all types of hard drive, SATA/ATA, SCSI, SAS, etc all use multi-pass imaging techniques. So when we hit a bad sector, the drive will power off, then depending on the settings, it will skip a set number of sectors or skip a specific head and then continue with the cloning process.
On the second pass, the drive is read backwards and again areas are skipped on detection of a bad sector. There there are two further passes to attempt to over read the bad sectors, each with different settings for time-out, sectors to be read, what to do when specific errors are encountered, etc.
Once the cloning process is complete, we will have the best clone that is possible to be got from the hard drive and that no recovery work is made on your drives as we can work safely with the cloned drives.
Prior to cloning or imaging all our image drives are wiped prior to being used to give absolute certainty that there is no possibly of cross contamination of data. Meaning your data is totally safe with us.
The following image describes our process from receipt of the drives to the final data copy process.
Raid Recovery Service Levels
Our RAID recovery service levels start from a standard service which typically takes 7 days, A priority service takes up to 5 days and an emergency service where the data is worked on 24/7 until we get your critical data. These service levels will apply to arrays of less than 24 drives, because of the time it takes to clone larger numbers of drives. For larger arrays, a timescale will be advised in our quote.