Eg, prepending at least the day/time to each line. Maybe the log level too.
so, runner is running with -v now, and that will produce timestamps and log level messages like this: 2015-03-24 16:34:13,632 - DEBUG - 1-say-bar.py: OK 2015-03-24 16:34:13,633 - DEBUG - reflect.py: starting (max time 600s) But it won't add anything to the standard output of programs that are launched. I think the issue with doing that, is that we may end up running utilities with runner that already produce log formatted output. In that case we'll end up with two layers of log messages. I'll consider adding a task level option (for the runner config file) that optionally adds log formatting to the stdout of a utility.
Adding "-v" to the log output has fixed this.