I saw something the other day on a machine running 10/stable
(but the same code exists in -current), when it was rebooting.
The machine acts as a NFS fileserver (to support diskless booting
of a few test machines). It only has ZFS filesystems, and only
has filesystems that are exported via ZFS properties.
So, it has /etc/zfs/exports, but no /etc/exports.
When mountd is started up, it emits a error, because the
required_files is set to /etc/exports.
I think the correct thing is to either remove the required_files
setting, or build it from /etc/exports and/or /etc/zfs/exports
and only fail if neither of those files exists.
(Yes, I could just create an empty /etc/exports file, but that's
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