RHCS6: Reduce a Global Filesystem 2 (GFS2)

RHCS: Reduce a Global Filesystem 2 (GFS2)

# Unhappily, as indicated in gfs2_grow man page, "There is no way to shrink a GFS2 filesystem."

# Destroy... and rebuild :)
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