I'm afraid, there is no way to configure the session timeout in JIRA via administration or a command line option. You have to edit the bundlet web.xml file:
The default session timeout seems to be 30 minutes. Then you would not have to do anything. Maybe you want to deactivate the "remember my login" option, too?
A quick tip.
If any of the installations are data center editions and on AWS, I suggest to update the following:
Update timeout in the following three places and make sure timeout number matches in all 3
3. Sticky session on ALB Target group(if you are using AWS infra)
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