I have a FreeBSD 5.0-RELEASE machine that was running 24/7 for about a month, hosting my web server. Unfortunately, yesterday our area experiences a series of power outages, one apparently long enough to have drained my UPS, and the BSD machine crashed as a result. When trying to bring the machine back up, it complained about slices on the primary slave hard drive (which the BIOS detected just fine) being unavailable or not existing. I booted and logged in as root using the default shell, and 'mount -a' and 'fsck' both complained in the same manner about the drive. I then rebooted and was presented with the same problems (prompted for default shell, same hard drive unavailable). What do I need to do in order to recover from the crash?
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