MJM Data Recovery Ltd
Data recovery from HP systems from Legacy servers to the latest HP Enterprise servers. From Stand alone, Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and Storage Area Network (SAN) systems running on Fiber or iSCSI.
Recovery from RAID levels. 0, 1, 4, 5, 6, 0+1, 5+0, 5+1, 6+0, 6+1, multiple parity, Volume sets, mixed parity and volume systems. Our systems can quickly determine the raid types used on your systems to help us build the best possible recovery.
From standard hard drives and Solid State Devices (SSD) and any connection type.
SCSI, Fibre Channel, SAS, SATA.
any operating system
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Windows systems from NT Server through to the latest windows server technology. Exchange, MSSql, SBS, Storage spaces, etc. Call us for more information.
All versions of Linux and UNIX, from Redhat - Fedora, Centos, SUSE, Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, etc
UNIX - AIX, BSD through to UFS, All versions of EXT, UFS, ZFS, etc.
All types of virtualisation technology, from:
Our HP RAID recovery process involves cloning each drive, allowing us to work on the clones so that there is no chance of our processes affecting the original drives. We can make modifications to file system components knowing the original drives are intact.
We then rebuild the RAID virtually so that we can view the original folder structures. Because our virtual systems are independent of the RAID controller, we can mount the system regardless of the number of drive failures.
We have developed our own proprietary software and specialist techniques for recovering data from HP servers. The current software is fundamentally the same as the software we wrote 15 years ago to cope with Compaq and HP delayed parity mechanisms.
The delayed parity method has developed further since we first came up against it and for many HP arrays there is no commercial software that we know of that can rebuild HP raids. Our advantage is that by developing our own software we have always have an edge over our competition in so far as we can adjust a single parameter or completely modify or add new code to suit an individual RAID type or job.
Some of the newer HP raid systems use advanced storage software that will fragment RAID sections into storage pools over multiple enclosures, or even on a single enclosure where space is added to extend the storage capacity or provide separate storage for Virtual Machines, etc.
Our software also allows us to recover systems where a Server rebuild after a failure has gone wrong, for example by including the spare drive as part of the original array and overwriting individual blocks of data or completely overwriting one of the good drives with zeroes.
So, if you have already been told your data is not recoverable, then why not contact us for a free second opinion. There is nothing else to lose.
Phone 0800 072 3282 for more details.
International +44 1223 828800
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