Hi, REST sessions are created when REST communication is made via the REST API. Are you actively using this? If not it could be plugins.
HTTP sessions are normal sessions created when you browse JIRA and other services that connect via HTTP.
They are different protocols that do different things.
REST sessions can be triggered by REST-dependent elements on the page that loads after you log into JIRA. See more details here:
Not always, true. @Bala Vinayagamoorthi. As noted earlier, if there are REST-dependent elements on the page you load in your browser at login, you will get a REST session. For example, if the Sprint Health gadget from the Agile tools is on the dashboard you load when you first log into JIRA in your browser, the log will show a REST session, not an HTTP session.
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