Can Rclone exit immediately if the destination does not exist during synchronization?

When I use the following code to synchronize, the destination is my NAS (\\backup)

rclone sync --links --create-empty-src-dirs --delete-excluded -P --stats 5s --log-level INFO --log-file ".\log.txt" "C:\Users" \ \\backup

If the NAS is shut down, it seems to be trying to synchronize all files once (or 3 times because there are too many files, I have not tested in depth), which will generate a lot of logs.

Is there a way to detect that the destination is inaccessible and immediately stop the synchronization operation and give an error code?

Create simple wrapper script:

Is NAS online?
   YES - run rclone sync
   NO - exit

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