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Data Recovery when everything fails

Much data recovery work involves the salvage of data from one specific type of storage, a hard drive, RAID array, backup tape or DVD. Occasionally a requirement pops up that transcends this norm.

Having faithfully adhered to a regime of nightly backup of a SUN UNIX system, the failure of the hard drive appeared to be an inconvenience that would soon be overcome for this customer. The hard drive having swiftly been replaced, the backup tape was brought back from storage and the restore process initiated. Five minutes in, however, and the DLT drive made a nasty noise, the cleaning lights came on and ufsrestore became ufs-cannot-restore.

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