Linux data recovery requires specific knowledge of Linux file systems.
The EXT file system (along with ReiserFS, JFS, UFS, XFS data recovery and other Linux and Unix file systems) is different from NTFS or FAT. DTI DATA has trained engineers in all types of operating systems and file systems. We have even recovered data from many proprietary systems. DTI Data is as comfortable working with Linux and Unix as we are with Windows or Mac.
Linux is now often found in most NAS devices in various configurations including standalone drives, RAID O, RAID 5, RAID 1 and JBOD. DTI Data recovery specializes in Linux data recovery and all RAID recovery configurations.
INTEL PLATFORMS – UNIX / LINUX OPERATION SYSTEMS INCLUDING:
- SCO OpenServer and Xenix
- UnixWare from Novell and SCO
- Linux with ext2, ext3, ext4, xfs, reiserfs & jfs file systems on standalone & RAID volumes
- BSD-based systems such as FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD, BSDI
NON-INTEL PLATFORMS – UNIX / LINUX OPERATION SYSTEMS INCLUDING:
- Solaris on Sun/SPARC equipment, with ufs and Veritas VxFS file systems
- HPUX on Hewlett-Packard workstations with hfs and Veritas VxFS file sytems on standalone and LVMvolumes
- IRIX on SGI workstations with efs and xfs file systems
- VMS & OpenVMS running on Compaq & DEC equipment using ODS file systems
- AIX on IBM RS/6000 with jfs file systems on LVM volumes