While reading through the man page of zfs I noticed the sharesmb and sharenfs options. Are they thin wrappers over samba/smb/cifs/nfs provided by the underlying Linux system, or special/optimised code baked right into ZFS? Is there anything peculiar about ZFS (at a low-level) due to which one should use the in-built sharesmb/sharenfs options instead of standard Linux tools?


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