RAID 1 Recovery

Raid 1 data recovery hard drive repair
RAID 1:
Mirroring without parity or striping, data is written identically to two drives, thereby producing a “mirrored set”; at least two drives are required to constitute such an array. While more constituent drives may be employed, many implementations deal with a maximum of only two; of course, it might be possible to use such a limited level 1 RAID itself as a constituent of a level 1 RAID, effectively masking the limitation.
It creates an exact copy (or mirror) of a set of data on two disks. This is useful when read performance or reliability is more important than data storage capacity. Such an array can only be as big as the smallest member disk.

RAID 1 Recovery – Servers

Need help with RAID 1 Server Recovery? DriveCrash™ 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 DriveCrash™ to learn more about  RAID 1 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 1 Recovery – Servers

We Recover all makes and models of RAID Servers. These RAID 1 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 10 or RAID 1&0 or RAID 1+0, is similar to a RAID 0+1 with exception that the RAID levels used are reversed, RAID 10 is a stripe of mirrors. A use for this configuration is to use slower disk interfaces in low-end RAIDs  rather than replace them with faster ones.

RAID 100 or RAID 10+0, is a stripe of RAID 10s. This is logically equivalent to a wider RAID 10 array, but is generally implemented using software RAID 0 over hardware RAID 10.

For information on RAID 1 Recovery:

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