I have installed the SonarQube 7.2.1 Developer edition on Linux, and everything starts fine and looks good from the logs. However, trying to hit the web front-end, the “Loading” screen just spins forever. I see entries in access.log if I try to refresh the page, but nothing ever returns. With no issues showing in the logs, I am not sure where to even start troubleshooting. Would appreciate any help or hints of where to look.
It might be an issue on the UI side.
I have tried with Chrome and IE. Looking at the console, I am getting a 404 error on:
So far my googling isn’t turning up much, but I will continue to dig!
It might be a cache related issue. Can you send me a screenshot of your Network tab in the Developer Tools (with only JS and XHR requests) after the page fail to load in Firefox ?
Could you also try reloading the page with the cache disabled ? You can disable it on Firefox in the developer tools like this:
Ugggh… figured it out. I had a typo in the sonar.web.context property. Appreciate your help and apologize for wasting your time!
Thanks for the follow-up Craig.
One reaction I’m having though is that I’m surprised a typo in
sonar.web.context caused such a mysterious behaviour Can you give more details on what the typo was, and which URL you were querying ?
Even poking with
sonar.web.context I couldn’t reproduce anything similar to what you describe so far. Want to make sure we don’t overlook a potential improvement here.
Delete one too many characters when uncommenting out the line: onar.web.context=/sonar
Turns out that doesn’t work as well . It is very likely that this is causing a warning to show up in the log files somewhere, but I never saw it.
Ah, I thought the typo was in the value, not the parameter name itself. Thanks for clarifying !