UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is particularly intended for reconstruction of RAID storages. The software covers standard and nested RAID configurations and allows assembling RAID storages from a set of virtual disks or disk images. After assembly, the RAID storage becomes available for data recovery tools in the program. Although primarily designed for complex devices, the RAID Recovery handles other storages with equal efficiency.
An ideal solution for recovering RAID-based systems.
The data recovery tools of UFS Explorer RAID Recovery feature special options for working with partitions, as well as a complex tool for scanning the storages.
Suitable for both standard data loss cases and RAID-specific tasks.
UFS Explorer RAID Recovery provides several helpful functions for precise data analysis which include an embedded hexadecimal viewer. The hexadecimal viewer allows analyzing of raw content in cases when a fragment of the data is corrupted. Another helpful option is the possibility to preview files of most common types before recovery.
Expanded capabilities for reconstruction and recovery of complex storage systems.
Created for handling both common storages and RAID, UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is enhanced by a module with the support of main RAID types, RAID Builder that allows RAID assembling and constructing, and therefore perfectly fits NAS recovery.
Embedded RAID reconstruction tool
The software contains RAID Builder, an instrument for assembling storages based on RAID technology. The instrument allows reconstructing standard Levels 0, 3, 5, 6 and JBOD as well as nested Levels 50 and 60.
RAID assembly from virtual disks
The software works with virtual environment as efficiently as with hardware. Therefore, assembly of RAID storages from a set of virtual disks and disk image files is also possible with this tool.
Perfect for NAS recovery
The embedded RAID Builder is an ideal tool for NAS recovery. The software recognizes RAID metadata on NAS drives and suggests reconstructing RAID configuration automatically. Supported NAS models include the most popular devices such as Buffalo Technology (TeraStation, LinkStation), Iomega, Synology, Intel, etc.
Hexadecimal data analysis
UFS Explorer RAID Recovery allows viewing contents of disks, disk partitions and files in hexadecimal mode. The in-built hexadecimal viewer may be helpful in defining RAID parameters such as drives order, parity distribution algorithm as well as in examination of the overall disk consistency.
Recovery of Time Machine backups
The utility is able to recover backups created with the Apple software Time Machine, a default backup application included with macOS. UFS Explorer provides recovery of backups lost due to deletion of old backups, issues with the macOS version or the external disk error. With support of file links the software provides complete recovery results.
Fits all types of storages
Beside RAID, the software deals with all types of other data storages, such as hard drives and USB storages, virtual disks and disk images. You can apply this full-featured program to any other device if it happens to undergo the data loss problem.
Apple macOS: all starting with version 10.7 and above;
Linux: Debian Linux 6.0 (or compatible) and above.
XFS, Linux JFS, Ext2-Ext4, ReiserFS;
UFS/UFS2, big-endian UFS;
- Apple HFS+:
- Linux JFS:
Supported are most popular standard RAID patterns for RAID0, RAID1E, RAID3, RAID5, RAID6, RAID7, etc.;
RAID-on-RAID support: RAID level 10, 50, 60, 50E, etc.;
Supported are custom RAID patterns via RDL or Runtime VIM.
"Save" function of certain hexadecimal viewer/editor dialogs is disabled.