Select Check and Repair from the Mount menu,
then select Selected Filesystem.
If the filesystem is not in the list, select Other Local Filesystem.
You can only check local filesystems.
Check NFS filesystems on the system on which they reside.
You can do this remotely using the Open Host selection of
the Host menu. This requires user equivalence on the machine
you plan to administer, as described in
``Adding user equivalence'' in the Networking Guide.
As on the local machine, non-root
accounts require the sysadmin authorization to run the
Filesystem Manager. See
``Assigning subsystem authorizations''
for more information.
The Filesystem Manager checks the filesystem
and displays the output in a Status window;
``Filesystem check phases (HTFS, EAFS, AFS, S51K)''.
When the filesystem has been checked, click on Close.
In cases where a file appears to be lost,
check for the file in the lost+found
directory at the top of the filesystem.
Files that have become disconnected from the structure are stored there.
If the file is not in lost+found,
restore the file from your backups.
``Restoring files from a scheduled filesystem backup''.
DTFS filesystems do not require lost+found