I created a test jsp that does nothing but output the

Here's the output after resin startup and the first page request.  There's
no session-config in web.xml, and no call to request.getSession(), and I
even disabled all the servlets to make sure they weren't doing anything on
init.  But the session still looks like it's being created, and the mbean
SessionActiveCount gets incremented with each browser I have hit this page.
Seemingly not sessionless, any suggestions on something else to try?

[23:22:40.874] Jsp[]
uri:/testlogin.jsp(cp:,app:/home/howard/projects/epm/build/web) ->
[23:22:40.900] loading pre-compiled page for /testlogin.jsp
[23:22:40.903] SessionImpl[abcq-Jl978Rajh0SsKKNr,] create
[23:22:40.903] SessionManager[] create session abcq-Jl978Rajh0SsKKNr
[23:22:40.913] Hmux[9] s 200 OK
[23:22:40.914] Hmux[9] M cpu-load
[23:22:40.914] Hmux[9] S 250
[23:22:40.914] Hmux[9] H Content-Type
[23:22:40.915] Hmux[9] S text/html; charset=US-ASCII
[23:22:40.915] Hmux[9] G
[23:22:40.915] Hmux[9] write-chunk(331)
[23:22:40.915] Hmux[9] D:data 331
[23:22:40.915] Hmux[9] data <
[23:22:40.915] <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01
[23:22:40.915]    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd";>
[23:22:40.915] <html>
[23:22:40.915]     <head>

Here's the JSP, not much to it

<[EMAIL PROTECTED] contentType="text/html" pageEncoding="US-ASCII"%>
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"

        <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;
        <title>Test Login</title>
        <h2>request.getRemoteUser() == <%= request.getRemoteUser() %></h2>

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