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Error You' dont have any Linux partition- Rescue Mode

I accidently deleted fstab file from one of the compute nodes of the cluster (RHEL 5.3). Due to this no filesystem/directory is mounted on the system during bootup. I started system in rescue mode but it says You don't have any linux partitions. Press return to get a shell. The system will reboot automatically when you exit from the shell
I thought about creating new fstab (I have a backup file) in /mnt/sysimage/etc/
but I am not able to see /mnt/sysimage as there is nothing mounted.
fdisk -l shows this (attached in snapshot)

How can I mount my system again!
You' dont have any Linux partition- Rescue Mode-snapshotjpg
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try the following to identify the labels of each partition
Code:
e2label /dev/sda1

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Thanks it worked
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