Like Peter said on the ticket (https://support.atlassian.com/browse/CSP-87328)
To increase the time to expire the session, you'll have to edit the
The value within the session-timeout tag defines the length of time a user's session will exist, in minutes.
Then, restart Confluence. After it, if you wish to configure Confluence's internal database connection pool timeout period, please tweak the c3p0.timeout property in
<YOUR CONFLUENCE HOME DIRECTORY>/confluence.cfg.xml file:
This value determines the number of seconds a database connection can remain pooled but unused before being discarded. Zero means idle connections never expire.
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