IntroductionA redundant array of independent disks (RAID) is designed to introduce fault tolerance and/or faster performance for your data storage. While RAID volumes offer a number of advantages during normal operations, they are significantly more complex to implement and even more complicated to service in the case of catastrophic failure. RAID retrieval, in most cases, is something that should only be attempted by a well-trained data recovery professional. However, there are a few cases where basic RAID retrieval procedures are within the capabilities of an intermediate level technician with a working knowledge of RAID volumes and a professional-level data recovery toolset. This website is designed to orient the in-house IT professional who may be attempting a minor to moderate RAID failure. These articles will help you asses the situations where a cautious RAID data recovery attempt may prove fruitful as well as those cases where inexperience may lead to further data loss.
DISCLAIMER: The content here is provided for information and illustration only. Data recovery is always an uncertain undertaking, and there are wide range of factors that will impact your chances for a successful recovery. Our content deals with typical cases, and a conservative approach is always recommended.
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