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 by   SonarSource Java Version: 3.6.0.3106 License: LGPL-3.0

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sonar-html is a Java library. sonar-html has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Weak Copyleft License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
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  • sonar-html has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 39 star(s) with 37 fork(s). There are 33 watchers for this library.
  • There were 1 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
  • sonar-html has no issues reported. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of sonar-html is 3.6.0.3106
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  • sonar-html code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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  • sonar-html is licensed under the LGPL-3.0 License. This license is Weak Copyleft.
  • Weak Copyleft licenses have some restrictions, but you can use them in commercial projects.
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  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • sonar-html saves you 11268 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 23641 lines of code, 824 functions and 553 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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  • Highlights a file .
    • Scan the files .
      • Returns true if the parent should be closed .
        • Parse a single tag node .
          • Create a new lexer with the specified charset .
            • Handles a single text node .
              • Fires a violation on the table .
                • Defines plugin properties .
                  • Scan an element .
                    • Checks the start and end of code .

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                      * [Project homepage](https://redirect.sonarsource.com/plugins/web.html)
                      * [Issue tracking](https://jira.sonarsource.com/browse/SONARHTML/)
                      * [Available rules](https://rules.sonarsource.com/html)
                      * [SonarQube Community Forum](https://community.sonarsource.com/)
                      
                      Have question or feedback?
                      --------------------------
                      
                      To provide feedback (request a feature, report a bug etc.) use the [SonarQube Community Forum](https://community.sonarsource.com/). Please do not forget to specify the language (HTML!), plugin version and SonarQube version.
                      
                      If you have a question on how to use plugin (and the [docs](https://docs.sonarqube.org/latest/analysis/languages/html/) don't help you), we also encourage you to use the community forum.
                      
                      
                      ### Build the Project and Run Unit Tests
                      
                      To build the plugin and run its unit tests, execute this command from the project's root directory:
                      
                          mvn clean install
                      or
                      
                          mvn clean verify
                      
                      ### Integration Tests
                      
                      By default, Integration Tests (ITs) are skipped during build. If you want to run them, you need first to retrieve the related projects which are used as input:
                      
                          git submodule init
                          git submodule update
                      
                      Integration tests consist of Plugin tests and Ruling tests. To run them both you need to activate its profile (Make sure you've built the project and plugin .jar is up-to-date before running its, otherwise you might receive outdated results):
                      
                          mvn verify -Pits
                      
                      #### Plugin Test
                      
                      The "Plugin Test" is an integration test suite which verifies plugin features such as metric calculation etc. To launch it:
                      
                          cd its/plugin
                          mvn verify
                      
                      #### Ruling Test
                      
                      The "Ruling Test" are an integration test suite which launches the analysis of a large code base, saves the issues created by the plugin in report files, and then compares those results to the set of expected issues (stored as JSON files). Launch ruling test:
                      
                          cd its/ruling
                          mvn verify
                      
                      ### License
                      
                      Copyright 2010-2022 SonarSource.
                      
                      Licensed under the [GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 3.0](http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.txt)

                      docker container directory gets overwritten by persistent volume (claim)

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                            volumeMounts:
                            - mountPath: "/opt/sonarqube/data"
                              name: sonarqube-data
                              subPath: data
                            - mountPath: "/opt/sonarqube/extensions"
                              name: sonarqube-extensions
                              subPath: extensions 
                      
                              volumeMounts:
                                  - mountPath: /var/lib/postgresql/data
                                    name: sonarqubedb
                                    subPath: data
                      
                            volumeMounts:
                            - mountPath: "/opt/sonarqube/data"
                              name: sonarqube-data
                              subPath: data
                            - mountPath: "/opt/sonarqube/extensions"
                              name: sonarqube-extensions
                              subPath: extensions 
                      
                              volumeMounts:
                                  - mountPath: /var/lib/postgresql/data
                                    name: sonarqubedb
                                    subPath: data
                      

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                      • docker container directory gets overwritten by persistent volume (claim)
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                      QUESTION

                      docker container directory gets overwritten by persistent volume (claim)

                      Asked 2019-Apr-08 at 14:10

                      I'm deploying locally in docker-for-desktop. So that I can migrate to a kubernetes cluster in the future.

                      However I face a problem. Directories in the docker container/pod are over written, when persistent volumes are used.

                      I'm pulling the latest SonarQube image. A lot of plugins and quality profiles are pre-installed. Which is exactly what I want. If I don't use persistent volumes. Everything works as expected. When I use a pv all the data in the image is overwritten. I use helm.

                      In my deployment.yaml I use this:

                       {{- if (eq .Values.volumes.usePersistent "true") }}
                                volumeMounts:
                                - mountPath: "/opt/sonarqube/data"
                                  name: sonarqube-data
                                - mountPath: "/opt/sonarqube/extensions"
                                  name: sonarqube-extensions
                            volumes:
                            - name: sonarqube-data
                              persistentVolumeClaim:
                                claimName: sonarqube-data-pv-claim
                            - name: sonarqube-extensions
                              persistentVolumeClaim:
                                claimName: sonarqube-extensions-pv-claim
                      {{- end }}
                      

                      In my storage.yaml I use this:

                      {{- if (eq .Values.volumes.usePersistent "true") }}
                      kind: PersistentVolume
                      apiVersion: v1
                      metadata:
                        name: sonarqube-data-pv-volume
                        labels:
                          type: local
                          app: sonarqube-data
                      spec:
                        storageClassName: manual
                        capacity:
                          storage: 2Gi
                        accessModes:
                          - ReadWriteMany
                        hostPath:
                          path: "/tmp/toolbox/sonarqube/data"
                      ---
                      kind: PersistentVolume
                      apiVersion: v1
                      metadata:
                        name: sonarqube-extensions-pv-volume
                        labels:
                          type: local
                          app: sonarqube-extensions
                      spec:
                        storageClassName: manual
                        capacity:
                          storage: 2Gi
                        accessModes:
                          - ReadWriteMany
                        hostPath:
                          path: "/tmp/toolbox/sonarqube/extensions"
                      ---
                      apiVersion: v1
                      kind: PersistentVolumeClaim
                      metadata:
                        name: sonarqube-data-pv-claim
                        labels:
                          app: sonarqube-data
                      spec:
                        storageClassName: manual
                        accessModes:
                          - ReadWriteMany
                        resources:
                          requests:
                            storage: 2Gi
                      ---
                      apiVersion: v1
                      kind: PersistentVolumeClaim
                      metadata:
                        name: sonarqube-extensions-pv-claim
                        labels:
                          app: sonarqube-extensions
                      spec:
                        storageClassName: manual
                        accessModes:
                          - ReadWriteMany
                        resources:
                          requests:
                            storage: 2Gi
                      {{- end }}
                      

                      The pvc are bounded and working. All the data that I need are in de 'data' and 'extensions' folder in the container, coming from the image. For example in the extensions folder:

                      sonarqube@sonarqube-deployment-6b8bdfb766-klnwh:/opt/sonarqube/extensions/plugins$ ls
                      README.txt               sonar-java-plugin-5.11.0.17289.jar      sonar-scala-plugin-1.5.0.315.jar
                      sonar-csharp-plugin-7.11.0.8083.jar  sonar-javascript-plugin-5.1.1.7506.jar  sonar-scm-git-plugin-1.8.0.1574.jar
                      sonar-css-plugin-1.0.3.724.jar       sonar-kotlin-plugin-1.5.0.315.jar       sonar-scm-svn-plugin-1.9.0.1295.jar
                      sonar-flex-plugin-2.4.0.1222.jar     sonar-ldap-plugin-2.2.0.608.jar         sonar-typescript-plugin-1.9.0.3766.jar
                      sonar-go-plugin-1.1.0.1612.jar       sonar-php-plugin-3.0.0.4537.jar         sonar-vbnet-plugin-7.11.0.8083.jar
                      sonar-html-plugin-3.1.0.1615.jar     sonar-python-plugin-1.13.0.2922.jar     sonar-xml-plugin-2.0.1.2020.jar
                      sonar-jacoco-plugin-1.0.1.143.jar    sonar-ruby-plugin-1.5.0.315.jar
                      

                      I have made the following directories in my /tmp folder:

                      - data
                      - extensions
                         - downloads
                         - jdbc-driver
                         - plugins
                      

                      I know I must specify the same folders in my pv as in my container. I checked, all the folders are there in my /tmp folder. But are empty. They plugins folder is empty, all the plugin.jar files are gone.

                      BTW I did not include this in the initial post, but I'm using a PostgresDB also with pvc. pg-deploy.yaml:

                      {{- if (eq .Values.volumes.usePersistent "true") }} volumeMounts: - mountPath: /var/lib/postgresql/data name: sonarqubedb volumes: - name: sonarqubedb persistentVolumeClaim: claimName: postgres-sq-pv-claim {{- end }}

                      storage.yaml:

                      {{- if (eq .Values.volumes.usePersistent "true") }}
                      kind: PersistentVolume
                      apiVersion: v1
                      metadata:
                        name: postgres-sq-pv-volume
                        labels:
                          type: local
                          app: postgres-sonarqube
                      spec:
                        storageClassName: manual
                        capacity:
                          storage: 2Gi
                        accessModes:
                          - ReadWriteMany
                        hostPath:
                          path: "/tmp/toolbox/postgres-sonarqube"
                      ---
                      kind: PersistentVolumeClaim
                      apiVersion: v1
                      metadata:
                        name: postgres-sq-pv-claim
                        labels:
                          app: postgres-sonarqube
                      spec:
                        storageClassName: manual
                        accessModes:
                          - ReadWriteMany
                        resources:
                          requests:
                            storage: 2Gi
                      {{- end }}
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2019-Apr-08 at 14:10

                      to avoid overwriting data to the the existing files/content inside the same Directory, you can use subpath to mount the data and extensions directory (In the example below) in the existing Container file system. for further detail sub-path

                            volumeMounts:
                            - mountPath: "/opt/sonarqube/data"
                              name: sonarqube-data
                              subPath: data
                            - mountPath: "/opt/sonarqube/extensions"
                              name: sonarqube-extensions
                              subPath: extensions 
                      

                      This works. However it didn't work until I did the same for the database that sonarqube is using:

                              volumeMounts:
                                  - mountPath: /var/lib/postgresql/data
                                    name: sonarqubedb
                                    subPath: data
                      

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55333835

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                      Install sonar-html

                      You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
                      You can use sonar-html like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the sonar-html component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .

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                      For any new features, suggestions and bugs create an issue on GitHub. If you have any questions check and ask questions on community page Stack Overflow .

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