Running Sonar

chris (2015-07-07 08:13:20)
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When manually running Sonar from a cold start to scanning a project, of course ensure that you have your sonar-project.properties file in the project root - something like this:

# Required metadata
sonar.projectKey=java-sonar-runner-simple
sonar.projectName=projectnamehere
sonar.projectVersion=1.0

# Comma-separated paths to directories with sources (required)
sonar.sources=src

# Language
sonar.language=java

# Encoding of the source files
sonar.sourceEncoding=UTF-8

And then fire up sonarqube and run the runner... main thing here, though is to leave sufficient time for SQ to fire up and start accepting connections - that's why I stuck that 15 sec sleep in.

sudo killall java; sleep 3; sudo ~/sonarqube-5.0.1/bin/linux-x86-64/sonar.sh start; sleep 15; sudo ~/sonar-runner-2.4/bin/sonar-runner

Aaaaand, because I am on the lowest possible spec AWS box, I have to kill all java processes beforehand, otherwise it'll just heap out.. The outcome of all this will be a set of results on the SQ dashboard.


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