Difference: RunningCoverity (12 vs. 13)

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This twiki page describes the setup used as of 2016 to scan the LHCb software using the Coverity static code analyzer. See also JIRA issue LBCORE-470.
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 The scans of the LHCb software are being performed in directory /builda/LHCb. Extended attribute ACLs (via getfacl and setfacl) are used to make sure that all relevant users can read and write the same files there. You can use getfacl to check the existing ACLs (note that ls -l lists a + at the end of the standard Unix permissions).
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The extended attribute ACLs need to be changed ONLY when adding a new member to the team.
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 This is the command that was last used to prepare the directory:
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setfacl -b -R -m u:avalassi:rwx -m u:lhcbsoft:rwx -m u:marcocle:rwx -dm u:avalassi:rwx -dm u:lhcbsoft:rwx -dm u:marcocle:rwx /builda/LHCb
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setfacl -b -R -m u:avalassi:rwx -m u:lhcbsoft:rwx -m u:marcocle:rwx -m g:z5:rwx -dm u:avalassi:rwx -dm u:lhcbsoft:rwx -dm u:marcocle:rwx -dm g:z5:rwx /builda/LHCb
 
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<!--Eventually, extended attribute ACLs (via getfacl and setfacl) can be used to make sure that all relevant users can read and write the same files there.
You can use getfacl to check the existing ACLs (note that ls -l lists a + at the end of the standard Unix permissions).
The extended attribute ACLs need to be changed ONLY when adding a new member to the team.
This is the command that was last used to prepare the directory:
        setfacl -b -R -m u:avalassi:rwx -m u:valassi:rwx -dm u:avalassi:rwx -dm u:valassi:rwx %BuildLHCbDir%
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  The full process of preparing Coverity scans includes three separate steps that involve three different commands from the Coverity client CLI:
  • first, checkout the code and build it through cov-build;
 
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