RAID 5 Data Recovery Services

raid-5It just occurred to me last week that I never really had anyone to consider when I actually needed raid 5 data recovery services. This is probably a combination to have, because it’s not that raid five servers fail everyday. This is typically a very robust platform when it comes to storage, and there’s a reason why it is the most popular in the storage industry. With a raid five servers you can basically get the lowest cost version of a high-end raid array that offers not only performance, but safety. And because today’s business world rely so much on data in general, it just makes sense to have such a high quality system in place. But, there are always going to be your hard disk failures in the raid array and when that happens there is not a lot most technicians can do. Basically, they have to contact a raid data recovery company right away and just how deep the issue is.

Should Be an Easy Raid Repair

I will admit that I am quite interested in seeing what exactly is going to happen with this raid 5 data recovery. The engineer that I spoke to on the phone seemed think that it was very likely that 100% of the data can be recovered. I hope this is the case, because my boss is going on the idea that we are going to get all of our Microsoft exchange data back. I really don’t know exactly what is going to happen, but I trust in the fact that these guys do a lot of raid data recovery every day. Because this is their specialty, they must understand exactly when they have a server problem that cannot be recovered from, and when they simply have to rebuild the hard disks in the array. I’m pretty sure we have the latter problem, so this should be a relatively easy raid repair for them.

I Wish He Understood

Sometimes I find myself in a fog because of the fact that I had a difficult night the night before. Usually my job isn’t all that difficult, as I really just do server administration for most of the day, but every once in a while you’ll get something thrown into your day that will take you for a loop. On Wednesday, I had to look through a huge list of raid 10 data recovery services in order to find a company that could repair our raid. I was never really happy with the vendor we chose for the hardware, and I think it is coming back to bite us now. But, I think a lot of the decision was made on the basis of the fact that it was a low bid. And if you know technology, you know that it is probably always best to get the highest bid and then work down from there. My boss just doesn’t understand raid arrays.

Working from Home and RAID Repair

I’ve been having a lot of problems with my vehicle lately, so I’ve had to do a lot of working from home. Is usually even all that difficult, because I often am just dealing with software problems for my users, and I can typically connect with almost all of the computers at work from home. I have a VPN setup, and it tends to work quite well. But unfortunately, last week I found out that one of our raid servers had gone down and that I would have to call a company for RAID repair. Naturally, my car was in the shop, so I had take the bus down to work which involved a couple transfers and frankly well over an hour and a half. Is an easy living in Los Angeles, but taking the bus here is almost a nightmare and a half. But once this raid data recovery is done, I’m pretty sure that I will have enough money to fix my car.


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