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I‘m transferring 1.1 Mb files over very poor GSM EDGE connection. My rsync command is:

rsync --partial --remove-source-files --timeout=120 --append --progress --rsh=ssh -z LOCAL_FILE root@SERVER:REMOTE_PATH

File on remote server “grows” in size in steps of 262144 bytes. That is a lot, because system needs to transfer at least 262144 (before compression) every time connection is established. When I use scp –C chunk size is about 32Kb. Is there a way to change chunk size for rsync?

I've tried --block-size but no visible difference.

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--block-size is used for the checksum, not the transfer. However, if you use --inplace you might be able to force a smaller update size, but there are a few caveats with --inplace (see the manual)

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  • Manual says that -append implies --inplace Commented Aug 1, 2013 at 14:43
  • You're right, I missed that.
    – JvO
    Commented Aug 1, 2013 at 16:04

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