Tomcat not invalidating sessions

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This works great for smaller cluster but we don't recommend it for larger clusters(a lot of Tomcat nodes).Also when using the delta manager it will replicate to all nodes, even nodes that don't have the application deployed.To get around this problem, you'll want to use the Backup Manager.This manager only replicates the session data to one backup node, and only to nodes that have the application deployed. When you sign in to comment, IBM will provide your email, first name and last name to DISQUS.That information, along with your comments, will be governed by DISQUS’ privacy policy.The Cluster module uses the Tomcat JULI logging framework, so you can configure logging through the regular logging.properties file.

For larger clusters, to use a primary-secondary session replication where the session will only be stored at one backup server simply setup the Backup Manager.I could see that the cookie stores the JSESSIONID, which does not change after login.As a security fix, I have made the cookie as "secure". How can we make sure that the session id is being changed or a new session is created and all data related to the previous session( session attributes and cookies) is copied over to the new one? Kindly let me know if any other information is also required.The State of API Integration Report provides data from the Cloud Elements platform and will help all developers navigate the recent explosion of APIs and the implications of API integrations to work more efficiently in 2017 and beyond. By all-to-all we mean that the session gets replicated to all the other nodes in the cluster.

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