We are running AEM 6.0 with SP2. After a recent restart of one of our publish instance, we are no longer able to login with admin credentials.
We keep getting the following error in the logs:
16.10.2015 13:49:40.262 *WARN* [qtp2074601335-30] org.eclipse.jetty.servlet.ServletHandler /libs/granite/core/content/login.html
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Invalid token ''
Any help in this regard is much appreciated !!!
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Hi- Figured out that the authentication is successful. But the "login-token" cookie return by AEM is not valid.
It is supposed to be like: login-token=4177bc3c-8d72-40e2-be47-bd6f93c1b5ae%3ad7bd26b3-cd48-4430-b7d7-d60fdecb2361_660c460ab31f8e8f%3acrx.default
But it looks like this: login-token=117182c7-02d4-4c88-97b3-0714fa1ff3b2%3a<MISSING TOKEN>%3acrx.default
Any idea why this could have happened and any remedies?
Can you let us know your OS version and Jdk version ? Such issues have been observed with Java version and windows 8. Please check this link
We are on
java version "1.8.0_25"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_25-b17)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.25-b02, mixed mode)
AEM 6.0 SP1
I faced this issue sometime back and resolved it by deleting the cookies which removes the login-token cookie value.
Once this cookie is removed, I tried to login again which set the proper cookie / token value and I was able to login fine!
I know it is old, but someone could have the same problem as I did today.
We have this project in AEM 6.0 and I had the very same issue.
The problem is when you have a working instance and try to run it using the command line:
java -server -XX:MaxPermSize=256m -Xmx4024M -jar cq56-author-p4502.jar -r author, nosamplecontent
Using the /bin/ ./start should let it start normally.
It worked for me.