I want to ensure that my filesystems are always optimized as well as be
able to detect any possible filesystem-level issues ahead of time.
I looked around the command line switches and manpages for the XFS and
fsck commands, and could not find anything relevant.
So I bring it to this mailing list:
Are there Linux equivalents for the XFS filesystem for chkdsk (fsck -n
seemed like the only possibility and it does not work) or defrag?
Perhaps the way XFS runs, defrag is useless/not required. But it would be
nice to be able to check filesystem consistency (while it's mounted, so
it'd be read-only checking obviously) before something happens or while
it's not in the process of booting the machine.
Any help is appreciated.