When using a third-party authenticator, user sessions may terminate earlier than expected when idle
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By default, sessions will last for several hours when using the default authenticator. After using a third party authenticator, such as Okta, you may find that sessions initiated when Okta is enabled will be terminated if they are idle for an hour, even if the session configuration for your application is much higher. In most Atlassian Applications, the session length is 4 hours.
The Atlassian Bot Killer Plugin has been shown to terminate sessions when a third party authenticator such as Okta is enabled. If a session makes only a single request in an hour time frame, then that session will be terminated - idle activity can sometimes run afoul of this plugin.
As a first step, try to disable the Atlassian Bot Killer Plugin. If that doesn't resolve the problem, please contact Atlassian Support.
- If your instance is not publicly accessible, there should not be any significant ramifications - although you should monitor your instance to ensure performance and resource consumption stay normal.