I am coping a about 5TB of data from a Drobo attacked to a Mac Mini running macOS Sierra to a NAS (FreeNAS). Here's the command I am using:
sudo rsync -a --stats --progress "/Source" "/Destination"
Needless to say, it is taking days to complete, even over a 1GB network. Along the way, I had to stop the transfer due to server trouble. I remember explicitly stopping the rsync process using
c while it was transferring a Parallels virtual hard drive file about 500GB. I later started the process again using the command above but I didn't note which Parallels VM file it stopped on and I want to make sure that the command I am using will pick that file up, despite having canceled the command the first round.
If I cancel the rsync command above, do in-flight files just get deleted, and if I run the command above again, will it see those file(s) as new files never transferred?