If I suspect local data corruption, is there a way to verify that my blockchain data is valid and will not affect my Ethereum work and transactions?

Example: I switched to a self-compiled version of geth and changed parameters after about 30GB of downloading. I see a .log file where I would expect a .ldb file. Another example would be if a hard drive is beginning to show data corruption.

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