Detailed description of different mount points used for network shares.
NOTE: `NETWORKSHARE` is used as a place Holder with the name of your Network Share in the descriptions below. `POOLID` is used as a Place Holder for your Storage Pool, which is mounted by it's internal ID and `@GMT-XXXX.XX.XX-XX.XX.XX` is used to represent a GMT based snapshot.
This the path for the Source Network Share that has active Client access.
This the path for the Source Network Share Snapshots, each time a snapshot is taken it is mounted at this location. The Snapshot data is sent to the replication target "_chkpnt" location. These Snapshots can have client access for restoring/accessing files for historical recovery with no interruption to the Remote Replication.
This is the path for the Destination Replica Network Share. this receives replication snapshots from the source system and applies them to this dataset. If this share is in use when a replica snapshot is received the dataset will report that it is busy and the replication would not succeed until the client access is removed and the replication schedule is triggered once more.
This the path for the Destination Replica Network Share Snapshots, each time a snapshot is received by the _chkpnt dataset it is mounted at this location and applied to the top level _chkpnt Share. If there is active client access to this snapshot or if there is a newer snapshot at the destination that does not mount at least one of the snapshots on the source dataset, then incremental replication could be blocked until the non-matching snapshot is removed.