Data recovery from complex data storage systems
Complex combined RAID systems serve as extensions of "standard" complex data storage systems. These systems provide for faster data access and increase redundancy. For instance, RAID10 implements striping of RAID level 0 over the components that are mirror copies of RAID level 1; RAID50 applies striping of RAID0 over 2 and more components of RAID level 5 for an increased speed of access to data; RAID51 is a mirror copy of RAID5 for extra data safety, etc.
Find out more information about different RAID levels and chances of successful recovery and peculiarities of storing data on RAID.
Recovery of lost data from these systems is possible with particular regard to both major algorithm and combinations. At the same time, data recovery is possible if only one component fails.
SysDev Laboratories advises UFS Explorer RAID Recovery and UFS Explorer Professional Recovery as complex software tools for reconstruction of RAID-on-RAID systems of any multiplicity for further data recovery from these systems.
These software utilities allow
assembling RAID virtually;
reconstructing systems of any complexity
reading information on the file system as it is.
Last update: July 5, 2018