I am facing the same issue.. once i upgraded my arch system.
On 16-Mar-2017 1:31 PM, "Karol Babioch" <karol(a)babioch.de> wrote:
since a while my GPG agent is asking for a passphrase, once my laptop
has been suspended. This hasn't been the case beforehand. I'm pretty
sure this is happening since the last update of the gpg package a few
days ago, but I'm no entirely sure, since I've updated a whole bunch of
packages in this timeframe.
My gpg-agent.conf contains the following:
> default-cache-ttl 86400
> max-cache-ttl 2592000
> default-cache-ttl-ssh 86400
> max-cache-ttl-ssh 2592000
This worked before, and in makes much more sense in my environment than
to flush the cache with every suspend. I couldn't find anything in
GnuPG's changelog, so maybe it is also some new GNOME, systemd, etc.
Has anyone of you also noticed this and maybe even figured it out already?