Saving data from RAID starts with cloning all disks that were part of the RAID system to correct disks, so-called clones. Disk cloning is a process by which the entire contents of the disk, each of its sectors, is copied to another – working hard disk. The success of cloning a disk depends on the type of failure on that disk, and the percentage of success in saving data depends on successful cloning in most cases.
When all patient drives are removed, the RAID array is simulated to function in the same way that the original RAID server functioned. The complexity of this simulation will depend on the complexity of the RAID field itself as well as on the condition of the clone disks. The process of simulating the operation of the RAID controller involves finding the parameters of the RAID array, disk order, stripe size, cluster size, etc.
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