Both a boot -r or a boot with /reconfigure don't do anything useful
until after the root filesystem is mounted read-write. If the devices
are screwed up, that won't happen.
Boot -r can fix *some* devices, but not those associated with the root
disk. Those must be fixed externally before the boot will succeed.
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