one of the reason I ask is every 6-8 months, one database seems to be corrupted.. I can't say that for any of the other databases on that sql instance. (the one that gets corrupted is active (meaning being used), the others are more for archives though and occasional querying).
I don't think DBCC CHECKDB command will track bad data models. What it usually do is to check if all referential integrities rules are 100% OK (broken FK's or other Constraints) and physical corruptions
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