growfs can expand UFS filesystem. worked for me with normal partitions, if
you use geli with sector size != 512 bytes, it won't, but i've patched it
for that. still - it's buggy.
but really don't assume it won't screw up your filesystem...
if you like to try do:
a)unmount this fs
b) fsck it to make sure
clear up new space with zeroes (yes, it will make it easier to survive
use dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/yourpartition bs=1m seek=oldsizeinmegabytes
(to obtain size, use dumpfs read blocks data, divide by 2048 to get
into megs, round result up)
fsck this again with -y option, preferably on screen as you'll get
megabytes of error messages about screwed up inodes (growfs doesn't
properly initialize new ones, used ones are ok)
data will survive, i had a success just my root directory got destroyed,
and all subdirs and files went into lost+found).
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