R3 offers extensive professional media recovery and database repair services to customers with Oracle systems. We are one of the leaders in Oracle data recovery and we can safely work on any type of storage devices and restore all of your data to its original condition.
Oracle Database is scalable and efficient. which makes it an ideal selection for maintaining expansive databases. Th database management system used by Oracle utilizes backward-compatible .DBF files to maintain the storage of copious amounts of data. Since Oracle works consistently well in larger business environments, it is one of the most popular ORDBMS amongst financial services companies.
Oracle operates on many different Linux systems, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4-5, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, Asianux and Oracle Linux 4-5. The ORDBMS is usually associated with many enterprise servers, including those created by Sun.
As with any other database management system of this caliber, Oracle has built-in protection against corruption and there are backups in place so none of your data is permanently lost. Even so, there is a chance that user error, media failures and other factors can lead to .DBF files becoming corrupt or damaged.
When these type of issues occur, you need to get in touch with a company that is certified to do database repair. R3 has the background in taking care of Oracle systems. We have been top in our industry for research in development for a number of years. We offer each client free diagnostics for all of our recovery services. We also offer a guarantee: No recovery, no charge. Since you will not have to pay unless we alleviate your problems, it can help you keep your budget under control.
Give us a call at 0800 999 3282 to discuss your unique case and what can be done for recovery with one of our engineers.
In order for someone to successfully recover .DBF files, they will need to have extensive experience with software tools and every version of Oracle. The engineers that work for us have all of the skills and experience needed to handle any issues that may occur. They will take their knowledge and combine it with case histories to figure out a solution for any situation.
We have experience with many versions of Oracle Database. This includes:
We use software that was created specifically for Oracle databases and we use it to repair most .DBF files in as little as a few hours. We offer around-the-clock service for people across the country who are in need of Oracle data recovery services. We commonly fix the problem in a day or so, even when RAID parity loss and media damage are present.
If you are having trouble accessing an Oracle database, you need to stop writing to your storage media right away. Make sure to isolate the corrupt portion to your RAID array. Alternatively, you can shut down the entire system. This will stop the data from becoming more corrupt. This is important since more corruption means a longer recovery process.
If your Oracle server fails, contact our team of experts at 0800 999 3282 for immediate help and assistance.
The hard drive failed on my MacBook Pro. Applestore advised they couldn’t recover the data when they fixed the laptop, and that the data would be lost (including my photos that had not been backed up). I described the issue with R3 by phone, and they were confident they could recover the data and confirmed the cost. It took just 16 hours from registering with R3 that I wanted them to look at the failed drive, to being notified what data had been recovered. I was kept informed of progress throughout, and all my files were recovered.
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If your hard drive happens to fail, contact our team of experts. Our skilled professionals will be able to reliably recover data on your hard drive and provide industry-leading turnaround times which give you the confidence that's necessary to develop a solid, effective recovery plan.
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