One of the things that is very difficult to find on the web is any real raid data recovery information. This is probably because of the fact that a failed rate is so uncommon compared to other computer problems. Plus, raid servers are typically corporate in general, and most regular users don’t run them at home. It doesn’t really make sense to run a raid server if you are playing Halo, as an example, but it does make a lot of sense if you have a full on CRM system set up. I wonder if there are any raid recovery blogs out there, because I would like to know more about being able to repair a raid. I’m not holding my breath, though, because it looks like this is a very niche scenario that only a few data recovery engineers really have any experience with. I’m sure that it’s just better to contact a professional about things like this.
I’m in the Know
I know that the month is coming to an end very quickly. I really have only so much time left at this job and I have to make sure that I can get as much done as possible in order to prepare for the oncoming lay off. I have already set up backups all over so that we don’t have to go through situation where we require a RAID repair, which is important because the last time we need one it basically killed the organization for couple of weeks. I guess that is going to happen to almost any company that as a catastrophic raid failure, but I can say that we deathly were prepared for it. I don’t know how much money we lost that day, but I can sense that there is another round of layoffs coming. At least I’ve already polished up my resume and I know what’s going to happen over the next few weeks. Many of the people at our company don’t.