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SNAP Server Data Recovery
Like any storage solution based around hard drives, SNAP Servers are subject to mechanical or file system failure, and frequently require specialized SNAP server data recovery. The SNAP server file architecture is quite unique, and any recovery should only be completed by a shop with strong experience with the platform. SNAP servers are typically configured in RAID format, either RAID 5, 10 or 50.
Hard Drive Recovery Group’s SNAP recovery team has experience with hundreds of jobs, and has restored configurations of smaller models such as the 110, 210 and 410, all the way up to the 4100-4500 series and of course the 18000.
Typical SNAP Difficulties
Typically, SNAP servers have tend to have difficulties with:
Dropping two or more drives from the RAID array container.
Improper drive rebuilds after crashes
RAID degradation after long periods operating with failed hard disk drives
A key failure point for SNAP servers is also during the ROM upgrade on Perc Controllers. Frequently, IT personnel go “full speed ahead” without checking relevant instructions and FAQs, and this can result in minor to serious issues. Remember: always consult documentation BEFORE upgrading the ROM. It can save you not only hassle, but often money.
Professional Help Is Here
If the RAID array in your SNAP server has crashed, consulting with a professional shop such as Hard Drive Recovery Group is always a good idea. Specialized proprietary software and skilled engineers are the key to a successful Snap Server data recovery, and if either one is missing, results could be catastrophic. Call us today, or to request a SNAP data recovery quote, click here.
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