QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 8 2006, 08:09 PM)
jffs2 is a journalling file system. after a crash the file system will be brought into a consistent state and there are some internal checks when this happens.
But no, I have not come across any tools to analyse jffs2.
Please be aware that a lot of the 'errors' that you see are warnings... you will over and over get messages about child nodes not existing and files not existing in directories. These are purely informational and do not effect the representation of the file system.
The reason that jffs2 does not 'fix' these is because this would involve unnecessary writes to a hardware device that has a finite number of writes in its lifetime - behaviour is by design.
Thank you Andy,
so I don't have to be afraid of a corrupted /home file system at all.
What remains is the SD card with 2GB ext2 user data on it, but that's not a problem to check.