This issue has come up in a thread on the Hudson mailing list so thought I'd
transfer here for an "official" record:
"I am having a problem when I restart hudson after "successfully" setting up
matrix based security.
To set up the Hudson security, I am selecting "Enable Security", then choosing
"Hudson's own user database" and "Project-based Matrix Authorization Strategy".
I then give the anonymous account, "Overall-Read" and "Job-Build" rights, and I
create an admin account that has the right to do everything except "SCM-Tag".
I save this config and everything works great until I try to restart hudson.
When I try to restart hudson I can no longer click around and view the builds as
the non logged in anonymous user like I could before the restart.
Instead I am only prompted for a username and password. When I enter the admin
username and password (which worked many times before therestart), I get this
Username: hudson.security.HudsonPrivateSecurityRealm$Details@8e7f54; Password:
[PROTECTED]; Authenticated: true; Details:
220.127.116.11; SessionId: 49daddb10088039a2d196487a5ae0a73; Granted
Authorities: authenticated is missing Read
I am using Hudson 1.248
and JDK build 1.5.0_09"
"I'm experiencing the same problem. While using "Hudson's own user database,"
I have tried using both the general matrix auth strategy as well as the
project based version. In both cases I also cannot log in to hudson after
restarting Tomcat. The error message I get is:
Password: [PROTECTED]; Authenticated: true; Details:
127.0.0.1; SessionId: A9A673194D39F0426C655FB715F1BB4B; Granted Authorities:
authenticated is missing Read
I am using:
Apache 2.2.3 (reverse proxy to hudson on Tomcat)
I have the same issue with 1.245 running as Windows service.