Here is a trick so that you can use `set -x`. to create bash script trace of the execution. this can be handy for debugging. You will see the command and the output in a single file.
# see bash man page "SHELL BUILTIN COMMANDS" for details
# we do not control the execution of this workflow
# cromwell/docker ? puts set -x in stderr. this makes debugging harder
# Redirect standard error to standard out such that
# standard error ends up going to wherever standard
# out goes (the file).
set -x # turn debug tracing on
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