Linux RAID recovery experts
We believe our engineers have the most advanced Linux RAID recovery skills available anywhere and, with our proprietary RAID recovery system, we’re able to recover data from corrupt RAID arrays that have defeated numerous other companies. If you have a crashed Linux RAID array, Retrodata engineers are able to recover lost or corrupt data from crashed or failed RAID systems.
Linux RAID recovery.
By RAID specialists.
Provided no data recovery attempts have been made whatsoever, (including multiple reboots, switching drives etc) we can practically guarantee a completely successful recovery from a Virgin RAID failure.
We recover from all file systems, from Apple HFS to UFS, Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, XFS, ZFS – we have yet to encounter one we cannot recover. Similarly, we are able to recover lost, corrupt or failed data from any operating system. If there are no current methods of accessing a device, our engineers write code to read and recover the data.
Emergency Linux Recovery We can (in all likelihood) regenerate and rebuild your RAID and start recovering and extracting your data from within as little as one hour of receipt of the drives from your RAID array.
There are many variants of Unix (UFS file system) that 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 version, or the physical storage device, Linux and UNIX data recovery is an area in which we have extremely high rates of success.
Linux (Ext2/3 file system) was derived from UNIX (as was Mac OS X) and supports numerous other file systems, such as FAT, Ext4, GFS, ReiserFS, JFS, XFS and OCFS.
There are many hundreds of Linux distribution, from companies 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.