Rsync pull from /home/*/ to same dir

Running the following command:

/usr/bin/rsync -avuz --rsh=ssh --temp-dir=/tmp --port=55556 --rsync-path=/usr/bin/rsync REMOTEIP:/home/*/mail/ /home/*/mail > /var/log/rsync/test.log 2>&1

Results in rsync: mkdir "/home/*/mail" failed: No such file or directory (2)

Is there anyway to use the expanded path on the local side to get username instead of the literal *?

I want to only pull mail directory from all home dirs

Replay

You can only have one target directory. In your case, the common target is /home or /. So to get the remote path duplicated in the local target use the -R option:

... -R REMOTEIP:/home/*/mail/ /

You may like to add --no-implied-dirs to this to avoid rsync trying to copy attributes for the given directories (but not any subdirectories). Check first with -n to ensure this will do what you expect.

Category: rsync Time: 2016-07-28 Views: 0
Tags: rsync

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