The location where the filesystem is mounted. This property is only valid for filesystems.
The following restrictions apply to the mountpoint property:
Must be under /export.
Cannot conflict with another share.
Cannot conflict with another share on cluster peer to allow for proper failover.
When inheriting the mountpoint property, the current dataset name is appended to the project's
mountpoint setting, joined with a slash ('/'). For example, if the "home" project has the mountpoint
setting /export/home, then "home/bob" would inherit the mountpoint
SMB shares are exported via their resource name, and the mountpoint is not visible over the
protocol. However, even SMB-only shares must have a valid unique mountpoint on the ZFSSA.
Mountpoints can be nested underneath other shares, though this has some limitations. For more
information, see the filesystem