When I try to connect to JIRA I am redirected to a page that only has the url http:localhost:8080/secure/errors.jsp and no other information.
Looking at the JIRA logs that is the last entry:
http-nio-8080-exec-2 warn ipaddress anonymous 856x2x1 /secure/errors.jsp Rejecting security-senstive request that bypassed Johnson filter
If i run shutdown.sh and startup.sh I can connect but the error returns after a server reboot.
Thank you for any assistance.
When you're doing a full server reboot, are you shutting down JIRA using shutdown.sh/startup.sh prior? Or just performing a shutdown -r now?
My first thought is that, if you are, the tomcat and/or the plugin cache is getting corrupt somehow, and throwing that error on the subsequent startup.
To remove the plugin cache:
To remove the tomcat cache:
See if that helps.
If it doesn't, could we get more of the log to take a look at?
I have removed the tomcat cache in the past to get it up after a reboot.
I tried deleting those plugin folders and now I cannot get the server to come up at all. I get the error failed to delete felix file in .osgi-plugins. Looks like root took ownership when they were rebuilt. I did a chown jira:JIRA to the directory but still no joy.
Just doing a sudo reboot.
Here are last 20 lines of JIRA log file.
... 17 filtered
2016-08-03 16:42:00,756 http-nio-8282-exec-2 WARN anonymous 1002x2x1 - 192.168.200.102 /secure/errors.jsp [c.a.jira.security.JiraSecurityFilter] Rejecting security-sensitive request that bypassed Johnson filter: /secure/errors.jsp
2016-08-03 16:42:07,386 http-nio-8282-exec-3 WARN anonymous 1002x3x1 - 192.168.200.102 /secure/errors.jsp [c.a.jira.security.JiraSecurityFilter] Rejecting security-sensitive request that bypassed Johnson filter: /secure/errors.jsp
Hmmm. What version of JIRA is this install?
I've never personally seen this before, but in researching a bit I did come across this issue:
Specifically there's a comment of someone who was having the same issue that you are after a full sudo reboot. Looks like it was fixed in 7.0.2, so you might consider upgrading to at least that, (assuming you're on a previous version).
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