Why initialize Linter did not proceed in docker container?

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Otherwise, please provide:

  • Operating system: Linux 3.10.0-693.2.2.el7.x86_64 amd64 in docker container
  • IDE name and flavor/env:
    Analyzing on SonarQube server
    Java 17.0.8 Alpine (64-bit)
    Using Node.js v18.17.1 to analyse frontend project

And a thorough description of the problem / question:

  1. After “starting eslint-bridge server”, and after “Using generated tsconfig.json file”, and after “1 source file to be analyzed”, did not have any progress now, util it met timeout after 1h default setting. ( the logs will be displayed below)

  2. If it’s OK, the next step, the next line of logs, should be “Initializing linter “default” with no-vue-bypass-sanitization,hashing…”
    and this statement should be run in entrance of the method “initializeLinter”.
    so the initializeLinter did not be invoked ?

the “analyzeProject” method, Analyzes a JavaScript / TypeScript project in a single run, will invoking the “initializeLinter”,

the worker’s listener, on “message” event, will invoke “analyzeProject” method on “on-analyze-project”.

/** Endpoints running on the worker thread */
router.post(‘/analyze-project’, delegate(worker, ‘on-analyze-project’));

SO, it’s a worker issue when “'on-analyze-project”?? thanks very much.

AND it works fine in local env, only not good in docker runner.

issue logs
10:40:52.362 DEBUG: starting eslint-bridge server at port 35274
54410:40:52.374 DEBUG: eslint-bridge server is running at port 35274
54510:40:52.484 DEBUG: Starting server (done) | time=3952ms
54610:40:52.493 DEBUG: Using generated tsconfig.json file /builds/VqpwAmze/0/tngd-mobile/tngd-web/create-vue-app/.scannerwork/.sonartmp/13807168856129191333.tmp
54710:40:52.497 DEBUG: Analysis of unchanged files will not be skipped (current analysis requires all files to be analyzed)
54810:40:52.498 INFO: 1 source file to be analyzed
550ERROR: Job failed: execution took longer than 1h0m0s seconds

> > ```
export function initializeLinter(
  inputRules: RuleConfig[],
  environments: string[] = [],
  globals: string[] = [],
  linterId = 'default',
) {
  debug(`Initializing linter "${linterId}" with ${inputRules.map(rule => rule.key)}`);
  linters[linterId] = new LinterWrapper({ inputRules, environments, globals });

 * Analyzes a JavaScript / TypeScript project in a single run
 * @param input the JavaScript / TypeScript project to analyze
 * @returns the JavaScript / TypeScript project analysis output
export async function analyzeProject(input: ProjectAnalysisInput): Promise<ProjectAnalysisOutput> {
  const {
    environments = DEFAULT_ENVIRONMENTS,
    globals = DEFAULT_GLOBALS,
    exclusions = [],
    isSonarlint = false,
  } = input;
  const inputFilenames = Object.keys(input.files);
  const results: ProjectAnalysisOutput = {
    files: {},
    meta: {
      withProgram: false,
      withWatchProgram: false,
      filesWithoutTypeChecking: [],
      programsCreated: [],
  if (!inputFilenames.length) {
    return results;
  const pendingFiles: Set<string> = new Set(inputFilenames);
  const watchProgram = input.isSonarlint;
  **initializeLinter(rules, environments, globals);**
 parentThread.on('message', async message => {
    try {
   case 'on-analyze-project': {
          const output = await analyzeProject(data);
          parentThread.postMessage({ type: 'success', result: JSON.stringify(output) });

  /** Endpoints running on the worker thread */
  router.post('/analyze-project', delegate(worker, 'on-analyze-project'));