Hey all, I was running a routine virus scan on my mac pro 2009 when suddenly the power in the house went off and I did not have a UPS (I will buy one soon hopefully). I turned the power back on and my mac booted just fine, i used disk utility to check permissions, smart status and all you standard stuff. Ran a sudo periodic, booted into safe mode and then booted normally. I am really paranoid about data corruption, is there any way to be a 100% sure nothing on my hard drive was corrupted/damaged by the power outage? Usually I would wipe the drive with zeros and do a clean install but it took me months to tweak my mac software settings to be exactly the way I like, I would hate to have to start from scratch again but I will if I need to for absolute peace of mind. Am I being paranoid? I need 100% performance and reliability from this machine. Everything seems fine but there are lots of entries in the console so idk... (And for those wondering, yes I had a backup but it was connected to the power during the blackout and while it seems fine I am just as worried so in the future I will probably have a third backup not connected to power at all times...) Thoughts?