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should we restarted the server or only sql services after add disk to san storage?

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after adding more disk to san storage, should we restarted server only sql services in order to make this new change visible to sql server?
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Usually it requires a reboot of the machine for it to recognize the SAN and then SQL Server will recognize what the OS does.  That is what I have seen in our environment.
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