Doubled entries in atlassian-jira-http-access.log

If I turn on http access logging in Jira I have 2 rows for each request, f.e.:

10.66.187.244 i883x16895x1 - [20/cze/2014:14:43:41 +0200] "GET https://cen4028423:8080/rest/capabilities HTTP/1.1" - - - - "FishEye-3.4.4 (3004004)" -
10.66.187.244 o883x16895x1 - [20/cze/2014:14:43:41 +0200] "GET https://cen4028423:8080/rest/capabilities HTTP/1.1" 200 1142 0,0040 - "FishEye-3.4.4 (3004004)" -
10.66.187.244 i884x16896x1 - [20/cze/2014:14:44:06 +0200] "GET https://cen4028423:8080/rest/capabilities/navigation HTTP/1.1" - - - - "FishEye-3.4.4 (3004004)" -
10.66.187.244 o884x16896x1 - [20/cze/2014:14:44:06 +0200] "GET https://cen4028423:8080/rest/capabilities/navigation HTTP/1.1" 200 958 0,0050 - "FishEye-3.4.4 (3004004)" -

Is it by default? And why?

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Hi Michael,

It's possible that you're facing this bug: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/FE-4303

Could you check if that's the bug is comaptible with the version set on the bug?

Are the entries duplicated on the fisheye side as well?

It's not related with fisheye (log lines are randomly selected).

It's problem in atlassian-jira-http-access.log file.

Every request from the browser is logged twice.

F.e.

I paste in browser https://cen4028423:8080/rest/pas/latest/announcement

And get in log file:

10.66.187.244 i687x410x1 zew_2_7841 [25/cze/2014:11:27:06 +0200] "GET https://cen4028423:8080/rest/pas/latest/announcement HTTP/1.1" - - - - "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/31.0.1650.63 Safari/537.36" "3m79zl"
10.66.187.244 o687x410x1 zew_2_7841 [25/cze/2014:11:27:06 +0200] "GET https://cen4028423:8080/rest/pas/latest/announcement HTTP/1.1" 200 0 0,0030 - "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/31.0.1650.63 Safari/537.36" "3m79zl"

Only difference I can is the "200 0 0,0030" (http response code, response time)

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