I experience the same corrupt Disk problem which occurs extremely often.
As for my experience it is not an SD-Card only problem
I have 3 Raspberry pi A+ and 3 Raspberry pi 3
I use all kinds of SD Cards but also disks but usually 32GB cards for all my pis
One of these Raspberry Pis also has a 500 GB USB HDD. This Raspberry Pi 3 has the problem more often than the rest and both the SD-Card and the HDD get corrupt.
The problem appears, as for my experience, only with the more fast Raspberry pis.
I have never experienced a Raspberry pi A+ SD-card corruption.
I started experiencing this problem after passing to Raspbian Jessie.
That is why I think that it is not a SD-Card related problem but a synchronisation problem of Raspbian
I have applied without success the prevent methods of Drscheme :
1) Check the file system every three reboots:
2) Allow auto correction:
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nano /etc/default/rcS --> FSCKFIX=yes
I have tried some other methods such as:
regularly schedule/force a reboot and
schedule a sync
(both using cron)
The read-only filesystem method is not good for the use i intend for my Raspberry pis.
I've checked the power fluctuation issue but in my case it does not apply
So if anyone has an effective solution to prevent this disk corruption I'd like to test it