What is RAID 0 Recovery - Servers?
In simple words, RAID 0 recovery is a process where iData recovery engineers connect with a client’s system via broadband connection and access the data storage device in question; provided that storage device is still in good working condition to recover damaged or deleted data files.
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RAID 0, also known as striping, can be used in two or more hard drives. The objective of RAID 0 configuration is to enhance overall performance and efficiency in data transfers.
Data is equally divided over the number of drives that are configured in RAID 0, so practically if a RAID 0 array is with three hard drives the performance will be three times faster than the performance of a single hard drive.
iDataRecovery are recognized since 1991 for providing data recovery services all over the world. iData recovery is the right area to get hold of in case you are facing problems with your RAID servers. With highly qualified and seasoned staff, through the use of distinct processes, greatest owned recovery tools and software, data can be recovered from inaccessible or failed RAID storage devices. In case if there is a mechanical failure, recoveries are performed in a professional Certified Class 100 clean room.
Our RAID recovery specialists are available to help. Phone now at 1800-347-5377 and discuss about the issues with your RAID server.
RAID 0 Recovery - Servers
Technicians at iDataRecovery hold expertise in recovering RAID Servers of almost all models and manufacturers. A few of them are listed below:
Mac OS XTM Servers
- Mac OS X Server 10.5TM Leopard
- Mac OS X Server 10.6TM Snow Leopard
- Mac OS X Server 10.7TM Lion
- Mac OS X Server 1.0TM Rhapsody
- Mac OS X Server 10.0TM Cheetah
- Mac OS X Server 10.1TM Puma
- Mac OS X Server 10.2TM Jaguar
- Mac OS X Server 10.3TM Panther
- DebianTM Servers
- UbuntuTM Servers
Microsoft WindowsTM Servers
- Windows 2000 ServerTM
- Windows Server 2003TM (Win2K3),
- Windows Server 2003 R2TM
- Windows Server 2008TM (Win2K8, W2K8)
- Windows Server 2008 R2TM
- Windows Server 2011TM
Microsoft Hyper-V ServerTM (Windows Server Virtualization)
- Sun xVMTM Server
- ApacheTM Servers
- VMWare ServerTM
- SolarisTM Servers (SunOS)
- FreeNASTM Servers (FreeBSDTM)
There are a number of disadvantages of RAID 0 in common. If one of the disks in RAID 0 configuration stop responding, you will not able to access your data from other hard drives. For e.g. if you have four disks in a RAID 0 array then there are four times more chances of any of the drive to malfunction.
For more information and help on data recovery services on RAID 0, please call our RAID 0 customer support at 1800-347-5377.