> fsck is what your looking for.
> To find out more type:
> man fsck

Hm, not really. UFS doesn't fragment as hard as FAT or NTFS do, so there's no
need to actively defragment it.
It's just a tad bit more clever with block allocation than those other file-

You don't need to run fsck manually, on a regular basis. It's there to fix
things when problems appear or you didn't dismount the filesystems normally.

In that case, /etc/rc runs it anyway... in some rare cases you need to run it
from single user mode, but hey, you'll notice when you need to do that :>

Cheers, J.
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