Can there be a recursion that slows the computer if I share folders back and forth with NFS?

I have shared /mnt folder from computer B with computer A as shown here.

Then in computer A I created a virtual file system with mergerfs with the drives from computer B:

/mnt/hdd*:/srv/nfs/computerB-mnt/hdd*  /mnt/storage      fuse.mergerfs  allow_other,use_ino,cache.files=off,dropcacheonclose=true,category.create=mfs   0       0

Will it give me some error if I now share /mnt/storage with computer B the same way as before?

Not normally. The nature of the underlying filesystem that is being exported over the network is irrelevant to the NFS protocol and to the client machine.

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