Corrupt file system or RAID
Corrupt inode or superblock
Lost storage pool
We recover data from small RAID arrays with 16 drives, and from complex enterprise servers and storage networks consisting of dozens of drives.
If your Dell EMC has crashed due to a power failure, multiple drive failure, corrupt volume, iNode or superblock, or if you have just performed a RAID rebuild that did not work and the server is hanging or will not boot, we will advise you on the best action to take.
Our engineers have some of the highest levels of RAID recovery knowledge in the industry. We work with all RAID and storage server failures. Deleted data, corrupt data, reinitialised RAID arrays. The loss of access to data in a busy work environment can cause chaos, and our engineers are fully aware of this. That is why they will relentlessly pursue the best course of recovery, and quickly.
If you have already attempted recovery by issuing system commands, or have replaced a drive in order that a RAID rebuild can take place, if you’ve tried online RAID capacity expansion or migration, and none of these has worked, please stop now. This is a complex server, and it is easy to cause further damage, or even total data loss. If in doubt, please contact us for advice.
If your Dell / EMC storage server has crashed, you’ve suffered multiple hard drive failure or any other failure and the system is down, you need professionals. This is not an IT Admin DIY job, and calls for specific RAID recovery and even forensics data recovery skills to prevent further data loss and return the server to full operation. Swiftly. Provided no data recovery attempts have been made whatsoever, we can practically guarantee a completely successful recovery from a Virgin RAID failure.
If you have been told that recovery is not possible, do not believe it; we consistently recover complex RAID systems that have been declared fit for nothing other than a re-format.