plug was pulled on the computer. upon plugging back in some pointvalues are plotting flatlines. using tsdb.
in env.properties db.nosql.runCorruptionOnStartupIfDirty=false
so no corruption scan happened when mango restarted. changing that property to true and restarting mango does not go back and fix corruption because it was shut down cleanly. kill -9 of mango and then restarting does initiate the corruption scan, but I still have flatlines in the logs for the time between computer being plugged back in and me cleanly restarting mango.
Is there a way to force mango to go back and run a corruption scan on the whole tsdb database so the data from the time period between (plug pulled) and (mango cleanly restarted) can be plotted, or is that data not even recorded since part of the database for those point values was corrupted?
is there any reason runcorruptiononstartupifdirty is set to false by default?
is there any way I can detect when data is not being logged due to corrupted database?