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Ansible Role: SonarQube (lrk.sonarqube)

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An Ansible Role that install SonarQube.

Supported OSes

This role as been tested on the following OSes:

  • EL - 7
  • Debian - Stretch

Requirements

SonarQube requirements are:

  • Oracle JRE 8 onwards or OpenJDK 8 onwards installed on your machine.

For production environment, make sure to set the sonar_db_embedded variable to false and to configure sonar_db_* variables.

SonarQube support following databases: MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL and Microsoft SQLServer.

For further informations, please dive into SonarQube requirements

SonarQube plugin installation

This role support plugin installation based on "SonarQube manual plugin installation" procedure.

Please note that this role does not handle previously installed plugins. You HAVE TO remove previous versions yourself as stated in SonarQube documentation: If another version of the same plugin is already there, you need to remove it, since only one version of a given plugin may be available in the extensions/plugins directory.

You can list all plugin you need in the sonar_plugins variables, with the following syntax:

# sonar_plugins variable example:
sonar_plugins:
- { name: "sonar-city-model-plugin", version: "3.3", commercial: true, url: "http://www.qalitax.com/descargas/product/sonar-city-model-plugin-3.3.jar?customerSurnames=update-center&customerCompany=sonar-update-center&customerName=sonarqube&[email protected]"}

Role Variables

Available variables along with default values are listed below (see defaults/main.yml)

---
  ---
  # defaults file for ansible-role-sonarqube/

  # SonarQube Install directory
  sonar_install_directory: /opt/sonarqube

  # SonarQube base directory
  sonar_base_dir: "{{ sonar_install_directory }}/sonarqube-{{ sonar_version }}"

  # SonarQube daemon directory
  sonar_daemon_dir: "{{ sonar_base_dir }}/bin/linux-x86-{{ ansible_userspace_bits }}"

  # SonarQube conf directory
  sonar_conf_dir: "{{ sonar_base_dir }}/conf"

  sonar_logs_dir: "/var/log/sonarqube"

  # Paths to persistent data files (embedded database and search index)
  sonar_data_dir: "{{ sonar_base_dir }}/data"

  # Paths to temporary files
  sonar_temp_dir: "{{ sonar_base_dir }}/temp"

  # SonarQube version to install
  sonar_version: 5.6.7

  # SonarQube system group
  sonar_group: sonar

  # SonarQube system user
  sonar_user: sonar

  # SonarQube service LimitNOFILE parameter
  sonar_limitnofile: 65536

  # SonarQube plugins to install
  sonar_plugins: []
  # - { name: "plugin name", version: "1.0", commercial: false, url: 'optional'}

  # Use the embedded H2 database, not for production environmnet
  sonar_db_embedded: true
  sonar_db_embedded_port: 9092

  # SonarQube JDBC Credentials
  sonar_db_user: ""
  sonar_db_pass: ""

  # SonarQube JDBC URL
  # examples (from default sonar.properties file):
  #----- MySQL 5.6 or greater
  # Only InnoDB storage engine is supported (not myISAM).
  # Only the bundled driver is supported. It can not be changed.
  #sonar_jdbc_url=jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/sonar?useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=utf8&rewriteBatchedStatements=true&useConfigs=maxPerformance
  #----- Oracle 11g/12c
  # - Only thin client is supported
  # - Only versions 11.2.x and 12.x of Oracle JDBC driver are supported
  # - The JDBC driver must be copied into the directory extensions/jdbc-driver/oracle/
  # - If you need to set the schema, please refer to http://jira.sonarsource.com/browse/SONAR-5000
  #sonar_jdbc_url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521/XE
  #----- PostgreSQL 8.x/9.x
  # If you don't use the schema named "public", please refer to http://jira.sonarsource.com/browse/SONAR-5000
  #sonar_jdbc_url=jdbc:postgresql://localhost/sonar

  #----- Microsoft SQLServer 2008/2012/2014 and SQL Azure
  # A database named sonar must exist and its collation must be case-sensitive (CS) and accent-sensitive (AS)
  # Use the following connection string if you want to use integrated security with Microsoft Sql Server
  # Do not set sonar.jdbc.username or sonar.jdbc.password property if you are using Integrated Security
  # For Integrated Security to work, you have to download the Microsoft SQL JDBC driver package from
  # http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=11774
  # and copy sqljdbc_auth.dll to your path. You have to copy the 32 bit or 64 bit version of the dll
  # depending upon the architecture of your server machine.
  # This version of SonarQube has been tested with Microsoft SQL JDBC version 4.1
  #sonar_jdbc_url=jdbc:sqlserver://localhost;databaseName=sonar;integratedSecurity=true
  # Use the following connection string if you want to use SQL Auth while connecting to MS Sql Server.
  # Set the sonar.jdbc.username and sonar.jdbc.password appropriately.
  #sonar_jdbc_url=jdbc:sqlserver://localhost;databaseName=sonar

  sonar_jdbc_url: ""

  # SonarQube JDBC maximum number of active connection
  sonar_jdbc_maxactive: 60

  # The maximum number of connections that can remain idle in the
  # pool, without extra ones being released, or negative for no limit.
  sonar_jdbc_maxidle: 5

  # The minimum number of connections that can remain idle in the pool,
  # without extra ones being created, or zero to create none.
  sonar_jdbc_minidle: 2


  # The maximum number of milliseconds that the pool will wait (when there
  # are no available connections) for a connection to be returned before
  # throwing an exception, or <= 0 to wait indefinitely.
  sonar_jdbc_maxwait: 5000

  sonar_jdbc_min_evictable_idle_time_millis: 600000
  sonar_jdbc_time_between_eviction_runs_millis: 30000


  # SonarQube Web Server configuration
  # sonar_web_java_opts: "-Xmx512m -Xms128m -XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true"
  sonar_web_java_opts: ""

  # Same as previous property, but allows to not repeat all other settings like -Xmx
  sonar_web_java_additional_opts: ""

  # Binding IP address. For servers with more than one IP address, this property specifies which
  # address will be used for listening on the specified ports.
  # By default, ports will be used on all IP addresses associated with the server.
  sonar_web_host: 0.0.0.0

  # Web context. When set, it must start with forward slash (for example /sonarqube).
  # The default value is root context (empty value).
  sonar_web_context: ""

  # TCP port for incoming HTTP connections. Default value is 9000.
  sonar_web_port: 9000

  # The maximum number of connections that the server will accept and process at any given time.
  # When this number has been reached, the server will not accept any more connections until
  # the number of connections falls below this value. The operating system may still accept connections
  # based on the sonar.web.connections.acceptCount property. The default value is 50.
  sonar_web_http_max_threads: 50

  # The minimum number of threads always kept running. The default value is 5.
  sonar_web_http_min_threads: 5

  # The maximum queue length for incoming connection requests when all possible request processing
  # threads are in use. Any requests received when the queue is full will be refused.
  # The default value is 25.
  sonar_web_http_accept_count: 25

  # TCP port for incoming AJP connections. Disabled if value is -1. Disabled by default.
  sonar_ajp_port: -1

  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # COMPUTE ENGINE
  # The Compute Engine is responsible for processing background tasks.
  # Compute Engine is executed in a dedicated Java process. Default heap size is 512Mb.
  # Use the following property to customize JVM options.
  #    Recommendations:
  #
  #    The HotSpot Server VM is recommended. The property -server should be added if server mode
  #    is not enabled by default on your environment:
  #    http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/vm/server-class.html
  #
  # sonar_ce_java_opts: "-Xmx512m -Xms128m -XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true"
  sonar_ce_java_opts: ""

  # Same as previous property, but allows to not repeat all other settings like -Xmx
  sonar_ce_java_additional_opts: ""

  # The number of workers in the Compute Engine. Value must be greater than zero.
  # By default the Compute Engine uses a single worker and therefore processes tasks one at a time.
  #    Recommendations:
  #
  #    Using N workers will require N times as much Heap memory (see property
  #    sonar.ce.javaOpts to tune heap) and produce N times as much IOs on disk, database and
  #    Elasticsearch. The number of workers must suit your environment.
  sonar_ce_worker_count: 1

  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # ELASTICSEARCH
  # Elasticsearch is used to facilitate fast and accurate information retrieval.
  # It is executed in a dedicated Java process. Default heap size is 1Gb.

  # JVM options of Elasticsearch process
  #    Recommendations:
  #
  #    Use HotSpot Server VM. The property -server should be added if server mode
  #    is not enabled by default on your environment:
  #    http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/vm/server-class.html
  #
  sonar_search_java_opts: "-Xmx1G -Xms256m -Xss1m -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true -XX:+UseParNewGC -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:CMSInitiatingOccupancyFraction=75 -XX:+UseCMSInitiatingOccupancyOnly -XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError"

  # Same as previous property, but allows to not repeat all other settings like -Xmx
  sonar_search_java_additional_opts: ""

  # Elasticsearch port. Default is 9001. Use 0 to get a free port.
  # As a security precaution, should be blocked by a firewall and not exposed to the Internet.
  sonar_search_port: 9001

  # Elasticsearch host. The search server will bind this address and the search client will connect to it.
  # Default is 127.0.0.1.
  # As a security precaution, should NOT be set to a publicly available address.
  sonar_search_host: 127.0.0.1


  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # UPDATE CENTER

  # Update Center requires an internet connection to request https://update.sonarsource.org
  # It is enabled by default.
  sonar_updatecenter_activate: true

  # HTTP proxy (default none)
  http_proxy_host: ""
  http_proxy_port: ""
  # HTTPS proxy (defaults are values of http.proxyHost and http.proxyPort)
  https_proxy_host: ""
  https_proxy_port: ""

  # NT domain name if NTLM proxy is used
  http_auth_ntlm_domain: ""

  # SOCKS proxy (default none)
  socks_proxy_host: ""
  socks_proxy_port: ""

  # Proxy authentication (used for HTTP, HTTPS and SOCKS proxies)
  http_proxy_user: ""
  http_proxy_password: ""

  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # LOGGING

  # Level of logs. Supported values are INFO(default), DEBUG and TRACE (DEBUG + SQL + ES requests)
  sonar_log_level: "INFO"

  # Rolling policy of log files
  #    - based on time if value starts with "time:", for example by day ("time:yyyy-MM-dd")
  #      or by month ("time:yyyy-MM")
  #    - based on size if value starts with "size:", for example "size:10MB"
  #    - disabled if value is "none".  That needs logs to be managed by an external system like logrotate.
  sonar_log_rolling_policy: "time:yyyy-MM-dd"

  # Maximum number of files to keep if a rolling policy is enabled.
  #    - maximum value is 20 on size rolling policy
  #    - unlimited on time rolling policy. Set to zero to disable old file purging.
  sonar_log_max_files: 7

  # Access log is the list of all the HTTP requests received by server. If enabled, it is stored
  # in the file {sonar.path.logs}/access.log. This file follows the same rolling policy as for
  # sonar.log (see sonar.log.rollingPolicy and sonar.log.maxFiles).
  sonar_web_accessLogs_enable: true

  # Format of access log. It is ignored if sonar.web.accessLogs.enable=false. Possible values are:
  #    - "common" is the Common Log Format, shortcut to: %h %l %u %user %date "%r" %s %b
  #    - "combined" is another format widely recognized, shortcut to: %h %l %u [%t] "%r" %s %b "%i{Referer}" "%i{User-Agent}"
  #    - else a custom pattern. See http://logback.qos.ch/manual/layouts.html#AccessPatternLayout.
  # If SonarQube is behind a reverse proxy, then the following value allows to display the correct remote IP address:
  sonar_web_access_logs_pattern: "%i{X-Forwarded-For} %l %u [%t] \"%r\" %s %b \"%i{Referer}\" \"%i{User-Agent}\""

  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # LDAP
  # Ldap configuration for ldap auth plugin
  # see https://docs.sonarqube.org/latest/instance-administration/delegated-auth/ for more details and description of properties
  #
  # Example:
  # sonar_ldap:
  #     authenticator_downcase: false           
  #     url: 'ldap://your_ldap_url'             
  #     bind_dn: 'cn=sonaruser,o=example,o=com'
  #     bind_password: 'MyBindPassword'         
  #     user_base_dn: 'o=users,o=example,o=com'    
  #     authentication: simple
  #     realm: 'example.org'
  #     context_factory_class: com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory
  #     start_tls: false
  #     follow_referrals: true
  #     user_base_dn: 'cn=users,dc=example,dc=org'
  #     user_request: '(&(objectClass=inetOrgPerson)(uid={login}))'
  #     user_real_name_attribute: 'cn'
  #     user_email_attribute: 'mail'
  #     group_base_dn: 'o=groups,o=example,o=com'
  #     group_request: '(&(objectClass=groupOfNames)(member={dn}))'
  #     group_id_attribute: 'sAMAccountName'  
  #
  # default: undefined
  # sonar_ldap:

  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # OTHERS

  # Delay in seconds between processing of notification queue. Default is 60 seconds.
  sonar_notifications_delay: 60

  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # OVERRIDE DEFAULT INTERNAL VALUES

  # If present, overwrite the default sonarqube download url.
  sonar_download_url: "https://your_url"

  # If present, overwrite the default sonarqube plugin base url.
  sonar_plugin_baseurl: "https://your_url"

  # If present, overwrite the default sonarqube commercial plugin base url.
  sonar_commercial_plugin_baseurl: "https://your_url"
  #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  # DEVELOPMENT - only for developers
  # The following properties MUST NOT be used in production environments.

  # Dev mode allows to reload web sources on changes and to restart server when new versions
  # of plugins are deployed.
  sonar_web_dev: false

  # Path to webapp sources for hot-reloading of Ruby on Rails, JS and CSS (only core,
  # plugins not supported).
  sonar_web_dev_sources: ""

  # Elasticsearch HTTP connector, for example for KOPF:
  # http://lmenezes.com/elasticsearch-kopf/?location=http://localhost:9010
  sonar_search_http_port: -1

Dependencies

This role need the following Ansible Galaxy dependencies:

Override the default java_packages variable to set a java package that match SonarQube requirements on JAVA version (depending on SonarQube version)

As it use the following Ansible modules, it also need some packages on role target:

  • module unarchive: unzip package

Example Playbook

  - hosts: servers
    vars:
      java_packages:
        - java-1.8.0-openjdk
    pre_tasks:
      - name: Install package dependencies.
        package:
          name: "{{ item }}"
          state: "present"
        with_items:
          - unzip
    roles:
      - geerlingguy.java
      - lrk.sonarqube

Upgrade

Please test upgrade in staging environment first

Process consist of the next steps:

  1. Change the var sonar_version
  2. Review the var sonar_plugins in accordance with https://docs.sonarqube.org/latest/instance-administration/plugin-version-matrix/
  3. Run the role over existing installation. Ansible will:
  • create the installation folder
  • place here the binaries of new SonarQube with plugins
  • stop the currently running service
  • update configs
  • start service again
  • ensure web-service started and SonarQube version number appear in web.log
  • ensure that running Sonar version correspond to expected
  1. Then you need open http://yourSonarQubeServerURL/setup and follow the setup instructions as described in https://docs.sonarqube.org/latest/setup/upgrading/ (role output leave a reminder for this)

Please pay your attention:

  • role doesn't backup the database
  • role doesn't compare the versions. Please avoid of making downgrade by mistake
  • role doesn't remove the folder with previous installation, so after upgrade the path specified in variable sonar_install_directory will contain more than one sonar_base_dir

License

Apache License Version 2.0

References

Author Information

This role was created by Lrk.


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