What is the name of the command line utility that checks for VMFS5 metadata corruption?

A.vmkfstools –check
B.voma
C.vmfsanalyzer
D.esxcli vmfs check

 
Answer: B
Explanation:
It is possible to check VMFS for metadata inconsistency with a tool called VOMA (Vmware Ondisk
Metadata Analyser). With VOMA you can check VMFS3 and VMFS5 datastores.
Please note, that the tool can only identify problems, as it runs in a read-only mode. So it does not
help you to fix detected errors

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