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Data recovery of Oracle and Sun Microsystems RAID servers
With our years of experience, we professionally recover your data of Sun Microsystem and Oracle servers.
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Data recovery of Sun Microsystems / Oracle server

Server recovery of Sun Microsystems and Oracle

Our engineers regularly recover data of RAID servers and storage systems of Oracle/Sun Microsystems. Data loss of Sun StorEdge or StorageTek can have different reasons: RAID goes offline because of a defect of the RAID-controller (Sun StorageTek SAS RAID Host Bus Adapter), multiple failed hard drives or user errors, e. g. deleted data.

Physical defects of hard drives can cause logical errors within the Solaris file system. More than 25 years of experience and a success rate of 98 % makes Attingo a specialist in recovering data of complex RAID and server systems.

We help you with recovering data of the following models:

  • Oracle Netra Server X5-2
  • Oracle Netra SPARC S7-2
  • Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 server
  • Sun SPARC T2000 server
  • Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220 server
  • Sun Ultra 45 SPARC workstation
  • Sun Fire V445 server
  • Sun SPARC Enterprise M4000 server
  • Sun Fire V215 server
  • Sun SPARC Enterprise M5000 server
  • Sun Fire V245 server
  • Sun SPARC Enterprise M8000 server
  • Sun SPARC T1000 server
  • Sun SPARC Enterprise M9000 server 32/64
  • Sun Fire X2100 M2
  • Sun Fire X4100 M2
  • Sun Fire X2200 M2
  • Sun Fire X4200 M2
  • Sun Fire X4600
  • Sun Fire X4140
  • Sun Fire X4600 M2
  • Sun Fire X4240
  • Sun Storage J4200
  • Sun Storage J4400
  • Sun Storage J4500

Sun Microsystems server Recovery - We help you after data loss

  • We provide multiple diagnosis options depending on the urgency of your data rescue case
  • After the diagnosis is completed you receive a fixed price offer
  • No hidden costs - Expenses are only incurred if the server data rescue is successful
  • The recovery of your Sun Microsystems server will be done by experienced and specially trained engineers
  • Fast reaction times - in urgent cases, we offer a 24x7 service
  • In-house research and development for fast virtual simulations of your server Array
  • More than 14.500 spare parts in Vienna, Hamburg and Amsterdam

Contact us - order your diagnosis today.


Possible reasons for a Sun Microsystems server failure

The statistical most common reason are physical defects of the integrated SAS or SCSI hard drives. An aborted Rebuild in succession can cause the RAID to go offline. This error pattern is no rarity, especially with older Sun Microsystems server models where a single read error on one of the other SAS or SCSI hard drive can suffice in order to abort the rebuild. But also defective RAID-controller are a common cause.

Core competence: RAID Recovery

With profound know-how and continuous research and development, Attingo is a leading provider for data recovery of enterprise storage systems in virtualized environments.

No matter what RAID-level is applied - RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 3, RAID4, RAID 5, RAID 6,RAID 1+0, RAID 50 or RAID 60 - we recover your data from Sun Microsystem servers and Oracle servers.

Attingo has developed procedures, in order to simulate the RAID-systems via software. Our specialists recover RAID-systems even after fatal rebuilds with wrong hard drives, reboot with the wrong hard drive order or deleted/newly applied RAID configurations.

Host systems / File systems:

  • Solaris (ZFS, UFS)
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Ext2, Ext3, XFS, Ext4)
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (ReiserFS, OCFS)
  • VMware ESX Server 3.x (VMFS)
  • Microsoft Windows Standard/Enterprise Server 2003 (NTFS)

Follow the following steps after a Oracle / Sun Microsystems server failure

  • Do not reboot the server in order to prevent automatic rebuilds.
  • Power off the server immediately and do not restart it.
  • Mark each and every hard drive of the server-array with the corresponding slot number.
  • Additionally mark the as defective flagged hard drives by the RAID-controller.
  • Tell us the exact model number of the server (e.g. Sun StorEdge 3510).
  • Tell us the exact RAID-controller model (e.g. Sun StorageTek 2540 FC).
  • Do not open any hard drive, as this will negatively influence the chances for a successful recovery.
  • Tell us the applied RAID level (RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 1+0, RAID 3, RAID 4, RAID 5, RAID 6)
  • Do not install anything onto the system, if even possible.


Attingo has already successfully recovered data from following models

Sun StorEdge 3000

StorEdge 3510 FC
StorEdge 3511 SA
Sun StorEdge 3320 SCSI
Sun StorEdge 3310
Sun StorEdge D1000
Sun StorEdge 3120
Sun StorEdge 6120
Sun StorEdge 6130
Sun StorEdge 6140
Sun StorEdge 6540
Sun StorEdge
Sun StorEdge 9970
Sun StorEdge 9910
Sun StorEdge 9960
Sun StorEdge 9980
Sun StorEdge 9985V
Sun StorEdge 9990V

Sun Bladestorm

Sun Bladestorm B150
Sun Bladestorm B210
Sun Bladestorm B220
Sun Bladestorm B280

Sun StorageTek

Sun StorageTek D173
Sun StorageTek D176

Sun Flexline

Sun Flexline FLX210
Sun Flexline FLX240
Sun Flexline FLX280
Sun Flexline FLX380

Attingo Team
DI (FH) Markus Häfele
General Manager
Peter Franck
Robbert Brans
Ing. Özgür Göksu
Maximilian Maurer
Spare Part Manager
Dipl. Ing. Nicolas Ehrschwendner
Partner and consultant
Sebastian Evers
Customer support
Boris Hakaso
Paul Carlson
success rate
25 years
of experience
rescue success