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Failed Or Degraded Raid Arrays Recovery

Failed Or Degraded Raid Arrays Recovery
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What Is A Failed or Degraded Raid Array?

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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.
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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


If you need emergency RAID Array Recovery call 0800 999 3282 

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Controller Card Failure Controller Card Set-up Corruption RAID Container Crash Consecutive hard drive failures in a server supporting RAID Server unable to boot up The server powers up and OS loads, but some important activities refuse to start Grinding and clicking sounds emanating from the server Display screens projecting error messages like Hard drive cannot be detected RAID controller failure

Server operating system malfunction RAID Rebuild failure RAID array or volumes that won't mount after a server crash Server configuration corruption or damage Hardware conflicts Viruses or other malicious intent Server won't boot Inaccessible drives and partitions Applications that are unable to run or load data Corrupt files/data Bad sectors Virus attack Hard disk drive component failure Hard drive crashes Fire or water damage Media surface contamination and damage Accidental reformatting of partitions Accidental deletion of data Lost volume Broken arrays Physically or Logically Damaged Drives within the Array
 
Missing Volume Tables Corrupted RAID Configurations Lost container Volume Corruption Multiple Disk Failure Controller Failure Server Configuration Lost Missing Container RAID Container Crash Raid Addition of incompatible drives RAID array or volumes that won't mount after a server crash Multiple drive failure (or multiple drives go offline) Rebuild failure