Voyager generates large log files over the course of the imaging night, however the file format was not designed to present a concise view of the night’s activities. These log files contain the entire story hidden amongst a lot of repetitive ‘noise’ and debugging information.
I have written a Windows 10 batch file that filters and re-formats these Voyager logs to produce a concise record of the important milestones across the night. You can find the batch file and instructions to install and run it on github (GitHub - StellarBlu/Voyager-Log-Extractor: Windows 10 batch file to extract a human readable log from StarKeeper.it Voyager logs.).
From midnight to dawn last night, my system generated nearly 285,000 lines in the 5.2MByte *Voyager.log file. The log extractor filtered this down to 296 lines and just 32kBytes. The extract is a time ordered and categorised record of Voyager’s activities that provides a detailed view of the unsupervised imaging session.
I hope some find this useful.