Is there a way of tell
rsync to stop whenever possible in a clean way? Two options:
rsyncto stop transfering the current file, clean any temp file and exit;
- or let
rsyncend the transfer of the current file and then stop.
By doing Ctrl + C it does stop mid-transfer and leaves the temporary files there, right?
Even if using
--inplace? What would be the best course of action? I'm using
--inplace and I have to go fast, how can I say “May be end with this file then quit, or quit now, but clean this file you were copying so you don't leave corrupt things (I don't care if it's removed, I can backup again later)” or something like that.