I have never seen this files in RedHat before.
/tmp/orbit-root /tmp/ssh-KEskO14981/agent.14981 /tmp/keyring-OuVrZn/sock
What could it be?
If your computer gets its IP-address by DHCP, this is probably
Looks like the ssh-agent-process. This makes it possible to cache your passphrase when you attempt to do ssh-logins on servers using a key with passphrase, so you don't have to type it in every time.
Looks like the gnome-keyring-daemon. This stores several credentials for you. This is the socket other applications talk through when they want to fetch credentials from it.