enquiries@r3datarecovery.com
Tel: 0800 999 3282
Data Recovery Companies HomeNews Data Recovery NewsletterSitemap
Print-friendly version

Failed Or Degraded Raid Arrays

Failed Or Degraded Raid Arrays
Description
Failed or Degraded Raid Array?

datasolutions_server_raid.jpg

Use the contact form or call 0800 999 3282 to get help and advice with your RAID 5 recovery.

Raid 5 is where data and parity information are spread across at least 3 disk drives of the same size and type. Raid systems are prone to the normal disk errors which can cause a hard drive to go off line and hence the fault tolerence in the system goes too.

A Raid 5 array system can usually survive the loss of one drive in it’s array and recover the data from a combination of the other drives and the parity data written in stripes across the drive system.

Normal disk errors include the loss of the partition table, bad sectors, data corruption from viruses and file over-writes. Data may need to be recovered from these type of errors.

Raid 5 can suffer “degradation” which is where one of the disks in the array actually fails and the system has to “struggle on” with one disk missing.

Fortunately raid 5 data recovery is achievable when attempted by a trained RAID recovery expert.

RAID Testimonial for the team at R3 Data Recovery Ltd - RAID 5 - Seagate Cheetah 10k's - Included reconfiguring server with new drives, recoving failed array and transfer of data back to server.
Anonymous testimonial (please NO mention of our company name):
 
"R3 offered a very fast, supportive, personal & professional service. Our data was accessible again on-site within three days of my initial cold call. I would highly recommend R3 to anyone. Many thanks for the swift & professional service."



If you need emergency RAID Array Recovery call 0800 999 3282




artdis.jpg

Recover corrupt RAID SCSI RAID Data Recovery SATA RAID Data Recovery SAS RAID Data Recovery Novell Netware NSS NWFS OES Linux Netware servers Sagitta SCSI Raid Systems Data Recovery AGFA Printing System Sagitta RAID systems Data Recovery Mac OS-X X-Server RAID systems Data Recovery Windows Server RAID systems File Recovery System Rebuild IBM eServer XSeries e Server X Series RAID Rebuild Data Recovery Intel SRC-ZCR SRC series Raid Controllers Raid-5 & Hot Spare RAID-5 Parity Striped Array Data Recovery ell Poweredge PERC 1 2 3 3i 4 4i 5 5i Controller recovery Dell Striped PERC RAID Data Recovery Dell Power-Edge PERC Raid Controller Repair Recovery Rebuild includes Perc-1 Perc-2 Perc-3 Perc-3i Perc-4 Perc-4i Perc-5 Perc-5i SCSI SAS Dell PERC RAID Container status: Critical with missing member - unable to access partition, errors shown in the configuration screens or web console Dell Power-Vault PERC SAS SCSI Raid Controllers Data Recovery Dell Nvidia RAID using Maxtor Hard Drives Data Recovery Hardware RAID Controllers Data Recovery includes:- 3Ware RAID SATA SAS SCSI

Adaptec RAID SATA SAS SCSI Data Recovery Asus Raid-0 SATA P4C800-E PRP800 Delux A7N8 particularly with Maxtor hard drives Promise RAID SATA SAS SCSI Data Recovery Highpoint RAID Controllers Data Recovery VIA RAID Data Recovery nVidia RAID Recovery Sagitta SCSI RAID Recovery Mac X Server RAID Rebuild file data recovery Linux software Raids Windows Dynamic Disks Hardware RAID External Drives include LaCie S2S 5TB SATA RAID eSATA unit Dell PERC Container status: Critical with missing member - unable to access partition HDD RAID5 Unformatted An error in a RAID Array has been detected. Data Stored in this RAID Array can not be recovered because two or more drives failed. Select 'Delete Array' to remove this Array. Domain Controller Access is Disabled Error in RAID Array 1 Error in RAID Array 2 Lost RAID system Uncorrectable Data Error UNC Power cuts cause loss of RAID array