If a corruption occurs within a normal datafile, then this can only happen if ahardware fault occurred.
in order to check the consistency of the datafiles and journals. This brings up
If there is a problem with one of the datafiles, then the database debugger will print itand prompt for whether to attempt to fix it.
If you see a corruption in a datafile (and not a journal), then something isterribly wrong. These files are immutable and never changed by ArangoDB. Acorruption in such file is an indication of a hard-disk failure.