Docker Builds of SonarView here.


  • You'll need to specify the directory that SonarView should save to in your host OS, which is mapped to /userdata in the container. This is where log files will be saved, and this is where your SonarView config will live./usr/SonarView is used for this example.

  • The container needs to run in the host network (--net=host) in order to be able to scan the network for available sonars. Device discovery can not work without host network mode.

  • --restart=unless-stopped will automatically start the container on each boot.

Get started:

sudo docker run -d -v /usr/SonarView:/userdata --net=host --name=sonarview --restart=unless-stopped nicknothom/sonarview:1.9.12

After the container starts, the SonarView Web UI should be available on port 7077 of your host.

Note: The container will need to be updated manually.

BlueOS users should probably use the BlueOS Extension Store instead. These instructions describe how to run SonarView in a generic docker environment.

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