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General Help & Advice / Understanding rsync output
« on: March 21, 2020, 01:40:37 pm »
I'm first timer with rsync... I had to use it to transfer big chunk of data (~1tb). Here is the command I use; rsync -vacHS --progress /mydisk1/ /mydisk2/
The purpose is to transfer the whole content from one (smaller) partition to another (larger) which is on different drive mounted on different mount point.
However, the output of rsync is the following; /PathToMyFile/ 0:00:00 or 0:00:01 for most of the files (xfr#serial numbers, ir-chk= some number / some number, /let's say 1000/20000

Are these 1000/20000 the total number of files that rsync has transfered out of the whole content?

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