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Is there a way to check if context and store data folders are corrupted or not via command line?

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You can try out the experimental tezos-node storage integrity-check (see tezos-node storage --help):

$ ./tezos-node storage integrity-check -d /tmp/tezos-node.jqKo0RB7/
Running the integrity_check.
    2k contents / 8k nodes / 0k commits
Ok

where -d <datadir> is used to give the storage directory of your node. It seems that node can't be running when you do the integrity check.

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