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Vmware disk expand and create new disk question

I have a linux box running of vmware and I have added 100GB as third drive, added to volume group and extended the volume,  but is there any  performance difference by  expanding the disk  instead of creating new disk?
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Thank you very much. Yes, disk from SAN. Is there any performance in OS? Does system need more cpu cycle, if we add as a second disk instead on increasing?
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Thank you all of you guys. Great information.