virt-resize now works with btrfs

virt-resize now works with guests that use btrfs:

$ virt-resize /dev/vg_pin/F15BTRFSx64 /dev/vg_pin/TmpBTRFS --expand sda3
Examining /dev/vg_pin/F15BTRFSx64 ...
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Summary of changes:

/dev/sda1: This partition will be left alone.

/dev/sda2: This partition will be left alone.

/dev/sda3: This partition will be resized from 9.0G to 14.0G.  The 
    filesystem btrfs on /dev/sda3 will be expanded using the 
    'btrfs-filesystem-resize' method.

**********
Setting up initial partition table on /dev/vg_pin/TmpBTRFS ...
Copying /dev/sda1 ...
[########################################################################]
Copying /dev/sda2 ...
[########################################################################]
Copying /dev/sda3 ...
[########################################################################]
[########################################################################]
Expanding /dev/sda3 using the 'btrfs-filesystem-resize' method ...

Resize operation completed with no errors.  Before deleting the old 
disk, carefully check that the resized disk boots and works correctly.
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