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Using different options to run rsync

From: lisa-asket
Subject: Using different options to run rsync
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2021 14:43:26 +0200 (CEST)

Have various options to run `rsync` using a bash srcipt.  

I am duplicating code here, all those -av, --progress, $source, $destin are the 
same in both branches.

Perhaps it is best to avoid that.  Since I am running `bash`, I could collect 
the arguments to an array.

Would that be an improved strategy?

  if (( filetr_dryrun == 1 )); then 

    echo "rsync -av --progress --dry-run --log-file=$logfl"
    echo "  $source $destin"
    rsync -av --progress --dry-run --log-file="$logfl" "$source" "$destin"

  elif (( filetr_exec == 1 )); then
    # use rsync archive option -a (equivalent to -rlptgoD)
    echo "rsync -av --progress --log-file=$logfl $source $destin"
    rsync -av --progress --log-file="$logfl" "$source" "$destin"


    echo "rsync -av --progress --log-file=$logfl $source $destin"

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