OOPS::Fsck - Reference checker for OOPS
use OOPS::Fsck; fsck(%args);
OOPS::Fsck provides a sanity checker for your persistent data. You only need this if you've got some indication there might be a problem (OOPS dying due to reference counts of -1).
It will correct reference counts on objects. It will remove pointers to objects that don't exist.
If you have these sorts of problems, you should probably also run garbage collection (OOPS::GC).
The arguments you pass to
fsck() are exactly the same as the arguments you pass to
See the license for OOPS.