Right now I have
gnome-keyring-daemon set to start at login. If I run
emacs -q and then open a file on a server using
M-x find-file and then enter a file on a remote server such as
/ssh:user@server:/home/user/.bashrc, then a GUI pops up and asks for my ssh private key password. I enter the correct password, and the file opens perfectly.
However, if the
gnome-keyring-daemon password expires from the keyring,
emacs still allows connection to the file without entering the password. For example, let's say I open a remote file, then kill the file with
C-x k. Then I go to a terminal and type
ssh-add -D. I can verify that this causes the keyring to forget the password by running
ssh localhost (the GUI pops up and asks for the password.) But if I try and re-open the remote file in emacs using
C-x C-f M-p RET, the file opens without requiring the password.
tramp-cleanup-all-connections fixes this issue i.e. the agent will correctly ask for a password if the key is not in the keyring. Setting
nil does not seem to change the behavior.
What is an efficient way to fix this problem? Do I run
tramp-cleanup-all-connections on some hook? Maybe on a timer? Does running this function have a negative impact on future tramp connections?
- emacs-version: GNU Emacs 24.3.1
- tramp-version: 2.2.6-24.3
- gnome-keyring-daemon --version: 3.2.2