RAID, SAN and NAS Drive Recovery, Server & Hard Disk Arrays Recovery
Our RAID Data Recovery Services offer a thorough data recovery service that is unique in our industry. We can recover your failed server, whether Windows, Mac, Linux, Solaris, BSD or any other Unix variant with options of on-site repairs and 24 hour turn around times. We can even get your server up and running and transfer your critical data back to it.
Our Server Recovery Services are led by experienced RAID Recovery engineers who you get to talk to as they progress your recovery. Their experience includes IAS, Exchange, NT Server, Server 2000, Server 2003, Server 2007, Server 2008 , Data Center 2004, Data Center 2006 etc. Linux Server, Ubuntu, Redhat, Debian, Efinity Server etc.
R3 RAID engineers are amongst the very best in the world for enterprise and SMB server recovery and restoration. R3 routinely recover business critical data after being declared unrecoverable in the UK. The Security House Lab manages Disaster Recovery of all types of RAID (5,6,50 etc) All file systems, File Types, Proprietary File types, LUNS, Virtual Servers, VHD, VM Exchange Data Stores and millions of flat files with data integrity checking. From failed RAID arrays of all of the major manufacturers including Dell, IBM, HP, NetApp, Fujitsu, QNAP, Synology, Buffalo, Thecus, SuperMicro, G-Tech, D-Link, Netgear.
Leave IT To The Experts
Our in house server/network team consists of industry leading data recovery experts, Microsoft Certified Professionals, hardware, software and Linux/Unix experts. With superb customer service support and data loss prevention consultation services we believe that we offer the widest, most comprehensive disaster prevention and data recovery team in the UK.
Please don't try and fix the issues you have without contacting us first. Any work you do perform may cause more issues, talk to us and together we'll plan the best course of action.
We recover data from all manner of disasters such as:
- Failed or degraded RAID arrays
- Accidentally initialised arrays
- 2 or more failed members in a RAID 5
- Deleted, formatted or reinstalled volume
- Controller Failures
- Failed rebuild attempts
If you have experienced data loss from a server or RAID array please feel free to contact us for help advice and support. Our services include:
- On-site recovery
- Strategic data loss prevention risk assessments
- Secure remote backup services
- Remote assistance
All of our Server Recovery services start with your free telephone consultation so call now on: 0800 999 3282. Alternatively fill in our priority contact request form and we will assign one of our best suited server/RAID specialists to call you ASAP!
RAID Recovery Services
R3 engineers have developed a unique RAID recovery technique that has completely transformed the recovery of RAID systems, enabling high-capacity enterprise storage failures to be rectified in very short time scales. Even from catastrophic, multiple hard drive failures.
RAID Data Recovery - File Systems
- NTFS RAID
- HFS and HFS+ (Apple RAID)
- Ext2, Ext3, Ext4 (Linux and linux RAID derivatives)
- JFS RAID (Journaling file system)
- NWFS and NSS (Novell RAID)
- UFS (UNIX RAID)
- XFS RAID (Silicon Graphics)
- ZFS RAID (SUN)
And all others. Our current research indicates that there are no file systems we are not able to support.
RAID Data Recovery - Regardless of The Type or Level
- RAID 0
- RAID 1
- RAID 2
- RAID 3
- RAID 4
- RAID 5
- RAID 6
- Double parity
- RAID 5E, RAID 5EE, and RAID 6E
- Intel Matrix RAID
- Linux MD RAID 10
- RAID 1E
- Drive Extender
- CRYPTO softraid
- RAID 0+1
- RAID 1+0
- RAID 100 (RAID 10+0)
- RAID 50 (RAID 5+0)
- RAID 53
- RAID 60 (RAID 6+0)
Non Standard RAID Recovery
Non standard RAID recovery includes the following RAID levels:
- BeyondRAID by Data Robotics (DROBO)
- Double Parity RAID (also known as Diagonal Parity, or RAID 6)
- RAID Z (used by the Sun ZFS file system)
- RAID Z2 Double Parity RAID-Z by for Sun systems’ ZFS file system
- Drive Extender (Microsoft Windows Home Server)
- IBM ServeRAID (Proprietary IBM controller supporting RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 1E, RAID 5, RAID 5E, RAID 00, RAID 10, RAID 1E0 and RAID 50)
- RAID-DP (double parity RAID by NetApp)
- RAID-K (Kaleidescape)
- RAID S (proprietary variant of RAID 5 adapted by EMC Corporation for their Symmetrix storage arrays)
- RAID 5E (Enhanced RAID 5)
- RAID 5EE (Integrates the capacity of the hot spare into the array)
- RAID 6E (no dedicated hot-swap drive)
- Linux MD RAID 10 (RAID 0 with redundancy)
- RAID 0+3
- RAID 30
- RAID 100 (also known as RAID 10+0)
- RAID 50 (also known as RAID 5+0)
- RAID 51 (mirrored RAID 5 arrays)
- RAID 60 (RAID 6 with striping)
We've spent many years developing a proprietary RAID Data Recovery System and we continue to research RAID storage parameters and methods. This enables us to identify all operating system, file system, volume, and RAID parameters, from any multi-drive storage device, enabling us to recover data from corrupt or crashed RAID arrays that have defeated other data recovery companies.
Even if you have been told your data is not recoverable, so long as it hasn't suffered severe, obvious physical damage, we are certain we can recover it, and invite you to send it to us for evaluation. There is no charge for the evaluation.
SAN and Xsan Data Recovery
SAN and Xsan recovery is highly complex, and available only from a few data recovery companies worldwide. If you have a crashed SAN or Xsan network caused by the failure of a hard drive (or even multiple drive failures), a volume or storage pool is corrupt, LUNs have disappeared, the metadata server has failed, you've had a power surge or power failure – whatever the reason, we'll get you running and into full production again. Quickly.
We don't just recover the data; we actually recover and restore the entire server, potentially saving you days in data transfer and system re-configuration required with other recovery methods. We have a proven track record in recovering even from multiple drive failures. We recover RAID arrays of any capacity - from a small, 16-disk array to one comprising hundreds of drives, with multiple volumes and LUNs.
The operating system or file system is immaterial; our forensics RAID recovery engineers employ our own, specially-developed techniques, meaning we can recover any server, with any operating system and any file system.
Xsan data recovery from multiple drive failure, or other serious hardware faults is beyond the technical capability of Apple engineers, from the company that installed and maintains your system, and from your IT Manager. If the crashed SAN is powered off, please keep it so – and do not attempt recovery as the situation will almost certainly deteriorate. If you contact us, we will advise you on the best course of action.
If anyone has told you that recovery is impossible, please don't re-format or replace any part of the system. We'd like to examine the system first. Don't be persuaded otherwise; even if there is multiple drive failure.
NAS Data Recovery
If your NAS storage device has failed, and it is already powered off, we recommend you leave it in that state and contact us for advice. We will run through the symptoms leading up to the failure, and advise you what steps to take to increase the chances of a successful recovery.
Just some of the devices we perform NAS data recovery services on
- Acer (Altos EasyStore)
- Buffalo (TeraStation and Linkstation)
- DROBO (Data Robotics )
- Dell (NAS, EMC and EqualLogic)
- LaCie NAS
- Netgear ReadyNAS
- Promise (SmartStor and VTrak)
- Macpower Pleiades
- Snap Server
Second Opinion Matter - Even if your NAS device has been declared unrecoverable by another data recovery firm, we invite you to allow us the opportunity to examine it.
Our proprietary RAID recovery system means we are able to rebuild the file system from practically any RAID level, and from any file system we have encountered. We have an almost 100% success rate for the recovery of RAID arrays suffering from logical failure, controller failure, or even RAID reinitialisation.
Excellent service. Highly responsive including out of hours and during public holiday period. I would highly recommend.
Ed Bussey - iTrigga Media