Say I have the following structure on path
origin_path/X=1/A/... origin_path/X=1/B/... origin_path/X=1/C/... ... origin_path/X=2/A/... origin_path/X=2/B/... origin_path/X=2/C/... ... ...
I would like to replicate the structure above at a different path called
destination_path, but only including the paths corresponding to the directories B above.
In other words, I would like to get the following at
destination_path/X=1/B/... destination_path/X=2/B/... destination_path/X=3/B/... ...
To clarify, some of this structure in destionation path might exist already (e.g. the folders
From what I understand, thanks to @Gilles' comment,
rsync filters may be a great fit for this. However, I have never used them before and it's a bit hard for me to extrapolate the example provided in Rsync filter: copying one pattern only to my situation.
In what order should I include or exclude things in my case? And how do I tell rsync to use
destination_path as global paths? (as opposed to having it copy things with relative paths)