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SERVER DATA RECOVERY

Server is a data storage virtualization technology that combines multiple physical disk drive components into a single logical unit for the purposes of data redundancy. Data is distributed across the drives in one of several ways, referred to as RAID levels , Example RAID 0 , RAID 1., depends on redundancy. Each RAID level, provides a different balance among the key goals : reliability, availability, speed, performance, capacity & more.

TYPE OF RECOVERY

The first step in recovering from a data loss is to ascertain whether the loss is a result of a physical hard drive failure,i.e. broken hardware; or, a logical drive failure, i.e. corruption or loss of File System or data.

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RAID DATA RECOVERY

  • RAID rebuild failure.
  • RAID Controller failure.
  • Simultaneous failure of multiple drives.
  • File system/operating system corruption.
  • Accidental deletion of data while taking back-up.
  • Accidental reconfiguration of RAID drives.
  • Natural disasters like flood, fire and earthquake.
  • Failure of intermittent drive resulting in configuration corruption.

PHYSICAL DATA RECOVERY

  • RAID rebuild failure.
  • RAID Controller failure.
  • Simultaneous failure of multiple drives.
  • File system/operating system corruption.
  • Accidental deletion of data while taking back-up.
  • Accidental reconfiguration of RAID drives.
  • Natural disasters like flood, fire and earthquake.
  • Failure of intermittent drive resulting in configuration corruption.
 

THINGS DO WHEN RAID & NAS & SAS FAILS

  • Always ensure good health of the drives before Raid rebuilding.
  • Label the drives in the RAID array with respect to their positions.
  • Do check cables connecting the Hard disk drive

THINGS DON'T DO WHEN RAID & NAS & SAS FAILS

  • Stop the RAID rebuilding, if multiple drives fail simultaneously.
  • Never try any repair utility on an inaccessible volume.
  • Never run any utility without checking the health of the all drives.

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