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Server Data Recovery

Fileservers, Application Servers, Mail Servers, Web Servers, NAS devices (Quantum SNAP, Dell Power Vault, etc.) and custom built Servers form the backbone of corporations’ business records storage systems.

Windows NT and Windows 2000 servers, the most popular operating systems for servers today, along with NetWare, Apple, Solaris, HPUX, and Linux servers, form a significant portion of servers operational in businesses.

At Eboxlab, we train our technicians on platform-specific configurations, enabling us to recover data from server hardware spanning the most popular brands such as IBM, Compaq, Hewlett-Packard, Sun as well as numerous others.

Why servers lose data…

Naturally, the individual media in Servers suffer from the same failure points as do drives in personal computers and workstations. However, the increased complexity of many server operating systems results in additional data loss situations:

  • Server registry configuration lost
  • Intermittent drive failure resulting in configuration corruption
  • Multiple drive failure
  • Accidental replacement of media components

Our specially trained technicians can recover data from any operating system and hardware platform. If you have any questions, please contact us for more information.

Operating Systems and Platforms Eboxlab recovers data from…

Intel-based platforms for UNIX Operating systems including:

  • SCO OpenServer and Xenix
  • UnixWare from Novell and SCO
  • Solaris, Linux with ext2fs, xfs, reiserfs & jfs filesystems on standalone & RAID volumes
  • BSD-based systems such as FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD, BSDI
  • LynxOS
  • QNX

Non-Intel Platforms

UNIX Platforms such as Solaris on Sun/SPARC equipment, with ufs and Veritas VxFS filesystems, HPUX on Hewlett-Packard workstations with hfs and Veritas, VxFS file systems on standalone and LVMvolumes, IRIX on SGI workstations with efs and xfs filesystems, VMS & OpenVMS running on Compaq & DEC equipment using ODS file systems, AIX on IBM RS/6000 with jfs file systems on LVM volumes.