Inspect the data integrity of files and optionally repair them.
Inspection option. Note that replacing a missing allocation requires the -f option otherwise the repair will fail. The available inspection options are listed in the table.
|inspect_quick_check||Quick check verifying all allocations exist and have the correct size.|
|inspect_scan_check||Performs a quick check and verifies no obvious data corruption by checking magic values.|
|inspect_full_check||Performs a quick check and does a byte level check for data corruption.|
|inspect_quick_repair||Same as quick check but fixes size or missing allocation issues.|
|inspect_scan_repair||Same as a scan check and quick repair but repairs but repairs rows with bad magic values.|
|inspect_full_repair||Same as a full check but fixes allocation issues and does a full byte level verification and repair|
|inspect_soft_errors||Report the number of soft errors recorded for the file. Soft errors are recoverable errors.|
|inspect_hard_errors||Report the number of unrecoverable or hard errors recorded.|
|inspect_migrate||Migrate data based on the constraints provided by the -q and -bl options. If -r is not used depot to depot copies are used to move data if available. Otherwise data is reconstructed from parity.|
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