rsync -a --min-size 88m --max-size 93m pp /new_destination/
copies the structure from
/new_destination, but only files that are at least 88 MB and at most 93 MB in size.
Add more source directory trees before the final destination specifier if you like, such as:
rsync -a --min-size 88m --max-size 93m pp/01 pp/02 /target/
If you add a trailing slash to the source specification (
pp/ as opposed to
rsync will not create that directory in the target.
In other words:
pp in my first example, results in
/new_destination/pp/01/..., whilst this:
rsync -a --min-size 88m --max-size 93m pp/ /new_destination/
instead results in
-a flag to
rsync means "archive" which recurses directories, preserves metadata on the files, such as permissions and timestamps. (It is a convenience option that equals
-rlptgoD which is a very popular combination of options).