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You can add argument -l --log-requests: log all requests to the node to tezos-client to see the connection. Although this won't show you the headers, you can see the tezos-client -A rpcalpha.tzbeta.net ... tries to connect to http://rpcalpha.tzbeta.net:8732. To connect to https://rpcalpha.tzbeta.net:443 instead, you will want to add the following arguments: ...


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For the tezos-node service it is possible to remove the timestamp using a tezos-node configuration with the following additional parameter at the top level: "log": { "template": "$(section): $(message)" }, That results in log output like this: Mar 18 09:41:43 baker.example.com tezos-node[27537]: validator.chain(1): Pushed: 2019-03-18T14:41:43Z, Treated: ...


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