RAID may be considered wrongly as fault tolerant, however is not immune to data loss.
Our RAID Recovery Team at Graffs Data specializes in data recovery for every available RAID array type in the market including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10, and can handle other non conventional configuration as well.
Regardless of the array size, configuration, operating system or platform, our RAID recovery engineers can recover your data, even if all other means of data retrieval have failed.
Most Common Raid Failures:
Common causes of RAID failures are mentioned below.
RAID Recovery Process:
RAID recovery engineers treat every case as a priority. Once the server or drives reach our lab, our engineers will evaluate them thoroughly and find out the specific problems with the failed array.
In the evaluation process, we will determine whether the RAID has logical corruption or drives in the RAID array have suffered physical damage; or is it the combination of both.
In the case of logical corruption, our engineers will make a raw image of each drive onto our storage servers, and then destripe the array using proprietary tools (both software and hardware tools). This process can be repeated several times to improve the results.
In the case of physical drive damage, each drive will be taken to clean room and repaired, then a raw image will be taken, and the destriping process will be carried out on the array drives.