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Raid Server Data Recovery

Raid Server Data Recovery

A RAID array failure can have serious ramifications for your business. This section explores some of the most common data loss scenarios associated with RAID servers and provides an overview of RAID data recovery procedures for various configuration levels.

What is RAID redundancy?

What is RAID Redundancy?

RAID is a tech-related acronym that stands for Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks. Although this storage technology has gotten less expensive over the years of its development, a declaration of inexpensive remains subjective. So, most settle on the

Can RAID 0 Be Converted to RAID 5?

Can RAID 0 be Converted to RAID 5?

Can drives in a RAID 0 array later be converted to RAID 5? Some people have manually copied things in this drive as a form of getting some type of backup, but having a complete backup of RAID 0 can

An Intro to RAID Classifications

An Intro to RAID Classifications

RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) is a data storage technology where data is striped across a number of RAID class hard drives, which creates redundancy, lessens the possibility of data loss, and allows for the virtualization of extremely large

A Complete Guide to RAID Repair

A Complete Guide to RAID Repair

Storage devices have turned into an essential element of life. Each day, we create data, through images, videos, music, emails and documents. While it seems that each of us can delete the excess, in reality, it’s not that simple. Introducing

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Safely Recovering Data from Nested RAIDS

Nested RAIDs combine two or more RAID configuration levels for improved redundancy and speed. Nested RAID systems are complex and can present a number of unique challenges for engineers, but a qualified data recovery provider can quickly restore damaged files to a working condition.

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Choosing a RAID Level for Personal Data Storage

A Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks or RAID consists of two or more hard drives working together to provide data storage. While RAID arrays are typically associated with businesses, home computer users can benefit from the relatively high fault tolerance and fast response time that various types of RAID can provide.

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4 Ways That RAID 5 Systems Can Lose Data

Many of our clients mistakenly believe that their RAID arrays are error proof.  In reality there is no such thing as a perfectly dependable server or storage system, and while RAID 5 systems offer excellent speed and reliability, they are not a suitable substitute for a good backup strategy.

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