specifying destination dir for a file ...

tim.conway at philips.com tim.conway at philips.com
Fri Nov 8 15:00:01 EST 2002

Take a look at the -R option.  With some jiggering of paths, you should be 
able to make it work.

Tim Conway 
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troszok at medialogic.it
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11/08/02 02:47 AM

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        cc:     (bcc: Tim Conway/LMT/SC/PHILIPS)
        Subject:        specifying destination dir for a file ...

I have two machines, that have directories that needs
to be in sync ( for example ~/sync on localhsot and /tmp/sync
on remote). I would like to rsync one file from localhost
to remote but: 
on localhost the file is ~/sync/dir/file.txt
and i would like to put it to exatcly this same dir 
( /tmp/sync/dir/file.txt ). 
Problem starts when 'dir' doesn't exists on the remote side.
Is there a way to force rsync to recreate needed directories ?

kind regards, 

-[jakub troszok]-[troszok at medialogic.it]-
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