|Subject:||M/Monit with HTTP basic auth|
|Date:||Mon, 12 Oct 2015 21:44:13 +0200|
I’ve started using M/Monit (3.5.1-linux-x64) and would like to use HTTP basic auth instead of the default login form.
However, HTTP auth seems to be broken.
When I log in, I get the index page ok, but when I switch to the ‘status’ tab, I get a ‘Page not found’ error popup.
With the standard form based auth, everything works ok.
I traced the basic auth error down to the lack of the ‘zsessionid’ cookie.
It never gets created with basic auth and seems to be required by the following query:
If I start by using form based auth and then switch to basic auth, the cookie is known to the browser and everything
is fine until I restart my browser.
Is anyone else out there using HTTP auth or does my description ring a bell?
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