Leo Famulari <l...@famulari.name> writes:

> But, it doesn't try to stop and restart those services in case of any
> relevant changes, right? Doesn't that require a reboot?

Correct.  The manual says:

  "The command starts system services specified in file that are not
   currently running; if a service is currently running, it does not
   attempt to upgrade it since this would not be possible without
   stopping it first."

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