Well, let us take a Quick Look at Suspected Pages which contains details about corrupted pages. They have been running DBCC commands regularly.
I always try to share my knowledge and learning from a client engagement. This helps me in remembering the steps I took to reach to the solution. It also helps my blog readers to follow the same steps and fix their problem rather than waiting for some expert to fix it. So you see, this is a WIN-WIN situation for both of us. Let us learn in this blog post how to fix index corruption.
Here is an email I received about database corruption and that has lead me to write this quick blog post about database corruption.