Had the sequence self abort after two images. I was not watching so have no certainty as to why. Snip of what should be relevant part of eventual 247 meg SGP log file is at:
And the last part of the PhD2 log file is here:
Reviewing my all-sky camera images from last night as well as my seeing monitor (see post below for those) it appears a brief patch of clouds passed about that time. I have a Boltwood which did pick up the clouds but it did not quite meet the criteria for roof closure so that was not the cause of the abort. Does the log file support clouds as the reason? It looks like that to me but I am not used to interpreting the logs just yet.
Arghh, the worst part is that after the very brief (maybe 15 minutes) of cloud passed the seeing got super good
(arcsec levels according to the seeing monitor) and I missed it all. Bad news as that kind of seeing happens maybe 4 times a year!
So (assuming I was right about the cause) is there any way to have PhD/SGP try and resume after “X” amount of time?
Even more sophisticated would be to be able to monitor a cloud sensor to be able to pause or start or stop depending on conditions.