Our engineers have advanced Apple Xserve recovery skills and acknowledged industry-leading experience to swiftly tackle any Apple Server or failed XRAID, reducing downtime to hours, rather than days.
If your Apple Xserve has crashed, their in-depth knowledge of Apple OS X and the HFS+ file system mean they can recover corrupt or failed Apple Xserve and attached storage systems. Quickly.
They perform Xserve data recovery and recover all models of Apple Xserve, including legacy Servers such as Apple Workgroup Server. If you cannot access the data on the Xserve, they will recover and retrieve your lost or deleted data. Fast. Efficiently. With no disruption.
Power surge or spike
Corrupt inode or superblock
Xserve will not boot
A failed Apple Xserve, or the sudden loss of access to data stored by the Server, in an environment where staff are battling to meet targets can be unwelcome. Downtime of storage can result in a total loss of productivity. Every hour can be costly.
You can call on us to show you that your server and data can be recovered – rapidly – in controlled conditions. We will prevent further data loss by making secure backup clones of the original disks. Our engineers will the concentrate on restoring you and your staff to full productivity.
“Sorry – your data is not recoverable”
You may have been told by another data recovery company that your data cannot be recovered or that your device has terminal failure. We do encounter this – although sometimes it has been too late, and the users have been told to re-format and start from scratch. We frequently manage to successfully retrieve RAID data and recover deleted data from corrupt or failed RAID arrays that have been condemned by the IT Admin or another company. Please do not accept your data is unrecoverable until we have examined it.
Recovering Apple Xserve data from the following:
- Cannot access the volume
- Multiple drives failed
- Missing storage pool
- Missing LUN
- Cannot access the LUN
- Cannot access the share
- Metadata is corrupt
- Firmware update failed or firmware corruption
- FSCK error
- Crashed RAID disk
- Deleted data by mistake
- Apple Xserve has crashed
- Incorrect drive replaced for RAID rebuild
- RAID array reinitialised / reinitialized
Supported Apple Servers
- Apple Xserve
- Xserve G4, G5 and Xserve Intel
- Xserve G5 Cluster node recovery
- Apple Xsan data recovery
- Multisan recovery
Never allow an unqualified person try to recover a RAID rebuild failure, or a corrupt RAID array; damage caused by repeated RAID data recovery or file recovery efforts by inexperienced users is the main cause of terminally corrupt data and unrecoverable storage devices we see. Provided no data recovery attempts have been made, we can practically guarantee a completely successful recovery from a Virgin RAID failure.