I currently have many of these commands running in a
.sh file that looks like this:
rsync -avz -e ssh --rsh='ssh -p1337' --bwlimit=10000 root@DestinationIP:/home/backup /home/localbackup rsync -avz -e ssh --rsh='ssh -p1337' --bwlimit=10000 root@DestinationIP:/home/backup2 /home/localbackup2
When I go to run this, it goes through to the destination correctly, but adds a "?" to the beginning of the directory locally, which prompty fills up the hard drive to the brim.
Have I done a flag incorrectly? I thought
rsync was supposed to sync the directories, not duplicate them.