RAID 0 Recovery

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Also known as a stripe set or striped volume, splits data evenly across two or more disks (striped) with noparity information for redundancy. RAID 0 was not one of the original RAID levels and provides no data redundancy.
RAID 0 is normally used to increase performance, although it can also be used as a way to create a small number of large logical disks out of a large number of small physical ones.

RAID 0 Recovery – Servers

Need help with RAID 0 Server Recovery? We can help. Don’t panic!
In most cases (over 97% of them) using the correct procedures, data can be recovered from inaccessible or defective storage devices. Contact us to learn more about  RAID 0 Recovery.

All recovery jobs are treated on an urgent basis and recovery in most cases takes less than 24 hours to complete. With over 24 years of Experience we will recover all data possible.

RAID 0 Recovery – Servers

We Recover all makes and models of RAID Servers. These RAID 0 manufacturers include:

  • • Microsoft Windows™ Servers
    • Windows 2000 Server™
    • Windows Server 2003™ (Win2K3),
    • Windows Server 2003 R2™
    • Windows Server 2008™ (Win2K8, W2K8)
    • Windows Server 2008 R2™
    • Windows Server 2011™
    • Microsoft Hyper-V Server™ (Windows Server Virtualization)
  • • Mac OS X™ Servers
    • Mac OS X Server 1.0™ Rhapsody
    • Mac OS X Server 10.0™ Cheetah
    • Mac OS X Server 10.1™ Puma
    • Mac OS X Server 10.2™ Jaguar
    • Mac OS X Server 10.3™ Panther
    • Mac OS X Server 10.4™ Tiger
    • Mac OS X Server 10.5™ Leopard
    • Mac OS X Server 10.6™ Snow Leopard
    • Mac OS X Server 10.7™ Lion
  • • Linux™ Distributions
    • Ubuntu™ Servers
    • Debian™ Servers
  • • FreeNAS™ Servers (FreeBSD™)
  • • VMWare Server™
  • • Apache™ Servers
  • • Sun xVM™ Server
  • • Solaris™ Servers (SunOS)

RAID 0+1 or RAID 01 is a RAID level used for both replicating and sharing data among disks RAID 0+1 is a mirror of stripes. The usable capacity of a RAID 0+1 array is the same as a RAID 1 array, where half of the total capacity is used to mirror the other half.

RAID level 0+3 or RAID level 03 is a dedicated parity array across striped disks. Each block of data at the RAID 3 level is broken up amongst RAID 0 arrays where the smaller pieces are striped across disks.

RAID 0 + 5 or RAID 03 consists of several RAID 0’s (a minimum of three) that are grouped into a single RAID 5 set. The total capacity is (N-1) where N is total number of RAID 0’s that make up the RAID 5. This configuration is not generally used in production systems.

For information on RAID 0 Recovery:

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