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How to expand the 'ROOT'

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I have HP-UX workstation and I want to expand the disk space for the root '/' and it's not online so I need to do unmount then mount it again, so how to extend the root logical volume ???

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2-Possibility

1. New disk and with ufsdump copy
(small disk -->large disk)
and after copy the large disk new id as boot disk
or with eprom modus the new disk as bootable.

2. Example /opt
   cp -pr /opt/* /newdisk/opt
   rm -r /opt
   ln -s /newdisk/opt /opt

  or another directory but caution
  not directory where need to boot system
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