Yesterday, and today again, the micro-SD card got corrupted after a session of normal functioning and a shutdown or reboot. Root filesystem was formatted as ext4. After reading these sites:
I decided it was time to test f2fs filesystem with Raspbian on Raspberry Pi 2.
Migrating was easy, just format the partition as f2fs on Linux (you need f2fs-tools), and then copy the files with tar. There is no fsck.f2fs for Raspbian yet, but you can download the deb package from https://packages.debian.org/sid/armhf/f2fs-tools/download. Follow the instructions on the 1st link above in order to changes the root filesystem expected by kernel at boot (change it in cmdline.txt) and change filesystem in /etc/fstab as well.
Raspberry booted a while ago two times with this new configuration. I have just upgraded it and will give it a try for the whole day.