We offer solid Unix and Linux recovery services. We recover data from failed UNIX RAID arrays or from corrupt UNIX raid boxes. We also provide comprehensive Linux RAID Server recovery services from all Linux variants.
Retrodata are able to recover even severely corrupted or damaged UFS, XFS, ZFS, JFS and Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4 volumes with proprietary methods we have been developing in-house over the years.
Crashed UNIX or Linux RAID server?
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Many variants of Unix (UFS file system) have been adapted by companies such as Sun Microsystems (Solaris), HP (HP-UX) and older systems such as those originally developed by AT&T (System V.)
Regardless of the OS version, or the physical storage device, if you have a failed Linux RAID server or your UNIX RAID failed, these are areas in which we have extremely high rates of success.
Emergency Data Recovery If your data is stored on a RAID device, we can (usually) regenerate and rebuild your RAID and start recovering and extracting your data from within as little as one hour of receipt of the member drives.
Linux (Ext2, Ext3, Ext4 file system) was derived from UNIX (as was Mac OS X) and supports numerous other file systems, such as FAT, GFS, ReiserFS, JFS, XFS and OCFS.
There are many hundreds of Linux distributions, such as Red Hat, SUSE, Mandriva, Ubuntu, Knoppix and Slackware. We support Linux data recovery from any variant or distribution, and located on any hardware storage device.