recover virtual disk on xenserver

I have a situation. I am using xenserver and  by mistake I have deleted a vm on xencenter and all the disks of that vm. When I delete a virtual disk using xencerter, the physical disks are deleted too? or just the reference is deleted? Is there a way to recover these disks? Are they still in the storage?  The storage that I use is an ibm storwize v3700. Unfortunately I don´t have bakcup. I had a problem with the backup server,  all the things seems to happen at once, I don´t know what to do. Could anyone help me?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
I'm afraid your only help, if these VMs are important to you, is a data recovery company.

We can recommend Kroll Ontrack -

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Dirk KotteSECommented:
you should open a case with citrix support. whey are wizards manipulating the filesystem and find lost data.
at the moment you should avoid changing the storage. don't create snapshots or new VM's.
XenServer uses standard linux filesystems, file recovery should be possible there.
the next step is mapping these files to xen-ressources.
iguimarfernandesAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your comments. The vm I can create e reinstall it, but the disks that were attached are very important.  I am new on xenserver. How can I mapp files to xen-ressources?  and from my researches I thought data on xenserver are kept as lvm not ext3 mode am I wrong? .
I looked for some paid recovery  tools that could deal with that,    but I found nothing.
About the  Kroll Ontrack company I am in Brazil I think is very difficult to contact them to come here or send them the storage, because the structure is raid and luns, so I cannot separate disk to send to them.
Do you know if they or other company sells any recovery tool for my situation?
And a finally question, is there  no way/command from storage, from the xenserver I can try to recover the data?
I think all the data are still in the storage, only the "reference" to the server/vm  to those data were deleted, or am I making a bad judgment on that.?

Taking the moment does anyone of you could recommend me a book, articles, site that I could learn more on xenserver, specially command console?

My firts action will be open a case on citrix support and see what happens.

Thanks everyone.
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
Kroll Ontrack - can work remotely, they also have offices all around the world.
iguimarfernandesAuthor Commented:
Thank you everyone for  helping me. Unfortunately ontrack doesn´t works in brazil. I tried to reach them but no answer. Recovery company I found some in Brazil, but the price is too high. The citrix support didn´t help much either, so sadly I will give-up and consider that there is no possibility to recover the data and reinstal all the structure server.
Thank you anyway for the good ideias.
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