With the help of advance technique RAID recovery, the fear of loosing bulk of important data due to RAID failure has been completely gone. RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks which improves the reliability of the system in terms of data storage by creating a network of disk drives on which your data is stored. That’s why if your one disk drive fails then no need to worry because your data is still protected in other disk array.
There are a number of reasons behind data loss from Raid Systems. Some of the RAID failure examples are as follows:
• RAID Array Failure,
• Failure of the control panel,
• Server Not Booting,
• Rebuild Failure,
• Damage Strip,
• Hardware Failure,
• Volume or Partition not found,
• Configuration Damage,
• Software Corruption,
• OS (Operating System) upgradation etc.
RAID array works at the same time as storing more than one copy of data in different disks. The disk depends on the type of raid system you have installed such as (RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10). Even if a disk fails, your data can be recovered from another disk in which your data is stored. However, if more than one disk fails simultaneously, then it will so hard to get back lost data and you may stuck in more difficult problem of data loss. Under this kind of data loss situations, if you do not have data backup in your system, RAID data recovery is the only possibility to recover your business critical data.
RAID recovery of each file and folder not only requires raid recovery software, tools and technologies but also requires high experience and knowledge about how the data is managed in different raid levels.