ReclaiMe Data Recovery Training

NAS Recovery Course - Overall Test

In case of filesystem damage you need to recover an array configuration

Check the most common types of NAS failure

If LVM metadata is bad while md is good, then fully automatic recovery (bypassing RAID recovery stage) is possible

If md metadata is damaged then

What is the recommended approach when recovering an array configuration on NAS disks?

Check what determines the quality and complexity of NAS recovery in case of one or several member disk failures?

In case of filesystem damage LVM and md-raid metadata are usually correct

When you do not need to recover RAID configuration when recovering a NAS?

Filesystem damage in most cases is associated with

Does it make sense to launch two data recovery tools in turn over the same set of NAS disks?

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