It’s been a while that I am dealing with some S-1 coherence map and terrain correction processing via command line, with gpt, on a centos environment.
For monitoring purposes I am interested in logging as information as possible in case of processing errors, warning, failures etc. and I would say that the printed info are pretty exhaustive with the exception that the time of the occurrence is not logged. Here below a screenshot as an example:
How can I configure snap/gpt trigger or configuration files in order to log the timestamp (hopefully) for each printed line? I had a look at similar threads but I found something just about snappy and I think they are not useful in this case.