We have a HP DL360 server with a P400 controller, which has two 72GB 10K SAS drives in a RAID 0 configuration (yes, I know...RAID 0).
The HP Model number for the drives is DG072A8B54
Recently, one of the two drives appear to have failed, and is no longer detected.
In the HP iLO console, we see:
POST Error: 1784-Drive Array Drive Failure
On the front indicator panel of the drive, there is a steady amber light (i.e. critical failure).
I have a SATA-to-USB adapter, I know the physical adapter is the same for SAS, but I'm guessing this won't actually work for connecting to a SAS drive. From a quick search, it seems I'd need to get an enclosure and an external HBA.
I'm wondering, what are the chances of any data recovery at this stage?
My understanding is that in general enterprise drives are more prone to simply reporting as fatal, rather than returning possibly corrupt data.
Would we be able to get any data at all from the failed drive?
And if we can't, I suppose, with the striping, depending on the stripe size would you be able to get small chunks?