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Why does apostrophe keep making POST calls to check if user logged in?

There are a bunch of POST calls from the website to the server and I don’t know how to turn them off.

2019-10-24T21:24:49.606Z - info: admin already logged in. Passing through...
2019-10-24T21:25:09.767Z - info: /modules/apostrophe-notifications/poll-notifications
2019-10-24T21:25:09.768Z - info: admin already logged in. Passing through...
2019-10-24T21:25:29.911Z - info: /modules/apostrophe-notifications/poll-notifications
2019-10-24T21:25:29.912Z - info: admin already logged in. Passing through...
2019-10-24T21:25:50.023Z - info: /modules/apostrophe-notifications/poll-notifications
2019-10-24T21:25:50.024Z - info: admin already logged in. Passing through...

That just keeps going on and on…

In my app.js file, I’ve set the longPollingTimeout options to 0 , but it doesn’t stop it, and when I set it to 20000 ms it sends it every 20 seconds.

var apos = Mongo.getMongoPw().then(function(mongoPw){
  return require('apostrophe')({
    ...
    modules: {
      ...
      'apostrophe-notifications': {
        longPollingTimeout: 20000
      },
      ...
    }
  });

It seems very pointless and spammy in my logs which we send to splunk.

How can I turn this off if it’s unnecessary?