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I'm using long-living emacs sessions using emacs in daemon mode, and I use tramp quite extensively. I usually have several buffers in the background which use tramp, but since my system has been suspended in between, those tramp connections have died in the meantime. This is usually no problem - when I open the buffer again (and modify it), emacs just asks me to open the tramp connection again.

However, when I work at something completely different, locally on my system, and I invoke magit (magit-status), it asks me to revive every single tramp connection, even though these have nothing to do with what I'm currently working on, and most of those connections don't even visit a file in any git repository.

Is there any way of not having magit revive all those tramp connections?

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