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Recover raid 0 failure

  • NAS / RAID
  • SCSI
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a b G Storage
June 15, 2010 4:10:46 AM

Hello, I have lost one SCSI drive from a four-drive RAID 0 array. How much would it cost to recover the data from the failed drive, and if it can be recovered/cloned, is it possible to install the cloned drive back in tothe RAID 0 array and pick up where I left off?

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a b G Storage
June 15, 2010 6:31:36 PM

You can google drive recovery services, ontrack is a fairly well known one. They are going to be pricey, depending on the volume of data, but I think they start at a few hundred bucks just to look at it.

This is why RAID 0 is NOT secure. You lose any drive, you lose all of your data. There is no redundancy built in. Backup of any data is crucial, RAID 0 is 100x more so.