In additional to Artur responde, you can check the atlassian-jira-security.log that logs this information, along the form:
http-2990-5 anonymous 790x245x1 1pj2kdu 127.0.0.1 /rest/gadget/1.0/login HttpSession created [1pj2kdu]
http-2990-5 admin 790x245x1 1pj2kdu 127.0.0.1 /rest/gadget/1.0/login The user 'admin' has PASSED authentication.
Based on that information, you can filter according your needs, and redirect to another file or schedule a script to achieve that and redirect to your email address (just an example).
JIRA stores user login count in database but counter is global, not per day. Check this query: SELECT * FROM cwd_user u JOIN cwd_user_attributes ua ON ua.user_id = u.ID; You can save output of this once per day and then compare results from two days to get login counts per day. I think some logins will not be counted: * User saved credentials in web browser and logs in using cookies. * Single sign-on using Crowd, when user is already logged into other application like Confluence
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