--- Comment #2 from Dave Gordon <> ---
Looks right :)

Another way to say it would be using a relative path:

$ rsync -rlDi -z -t --no-h --out-format="%t %i %n %L" --stats
--chmod=Du=rwx,Dgo=rx,Fu=rw,Fgo=r --delay-updates --partial --delete-after
--force --ignore-errors --copy-dest=../cache/data/ /data/data/

Here I've used trailing slashes on source and destination paths, implying that
we transfer the *contents* of the source directory (rather than the directory
itself) into the destination directory; and a relative path for the
--copy-dest, so you can see how it's evaluated relative to the root of the
transfer on the destination server.


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