rsync: how can I configure it to create target directory on server?

I would like to rsync from local computer to server. On a directory that does not exist, and I want rsync to create that directory on the server first.

How can I do that?


If you have more than the last leaf directory to be created, you can either run a separate ssh ... mkdir -p first, or use the --rsync-path trick as explained here :

rsync -a --rsync-path="mkdir -p /tmp/x/y/z/ && rsync" $source user@remote:/tmp/x/y/z/

Or use the --relative option as suggested by Tony. In that case, you only specify the root of the destination, which must exist, and not the directory structure of the source, which will be created:

rsync -a --relative /new/x/y/z/ user@remote:/pre_existing/dir/

This way, you will end up with /pre_existing/dir/new/x/y/z/


Assuming you are using ssh to connect rsync, what about to send a ssh command before:

ssh user@server mkdir -p existingdir/newdir

if it already exists, nothing happens


The -R, --relative option will do this.

For example: if you want to backup /var/named/chroot and create the same directory structure on the remote server then -R will do just that.

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