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The Pros and Cons of Using a Tape Backup For Data Recovery
No matter what kind of hard drive you have, a backup system is imperative for data integrity and security. Tape backups are one of the first types of backup systems that have been around for mostly business use.
Data Recovery - Itâ€™s Better to Stay Prepared
Data Recovery becomes the most crucial task during the event of data loss. In fact, we come to understand its importance when the situation arises. So, when can an even of data loss occur?
What are the Reliability Issues with RAID Array?
In a properly-applied RAID server, down-time because of hardware issues could be spectacularly decreased, and the data loss because of the hard drive failure is eliminated in most of the cases.
Two Approaches to Hard Disk Drive Backup and Recovery
Performing regular hard drive backups enables you to recover from
hard disk crashes, malware effects, accidental data deletion or other PC disasters. Over time, people have developed two qualitatively different approaches to hard disk drive backup.
How to Recover Data From a Dead Hard Drive?
The hard drives store large amounts of critical data, which isn't backed up frequently and is thus lost due to hard drive failure. Recovery experts perform special heroics on failed hard drives for accessing and retrieving lost data that can not be accessed under normal circumstances. This procedure of retrieving lost data is known as data recovery.
How reliable your storage array is?
One of the issue particularly concerning with ultra-large hard drives is something called an unrecoverable bit error (UBE). Although rarely discussed with potential customers and definitely a topic "down in the weeds" UBE is a problem anyone working with ultra-large hard drives and RAID sets will eventually have to deal with.
RAID 0 Data Recovery
If even single disk failure occurs it will take down whole array. The more disks in the array the higher the chances of the RAID 0 failure.