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How to avoid Loadagent writing to Linux root filesystem?

We installed a loadagent on a Linux server (Red Hat 6)
Our Linux admin's noticed that during a test the agent is writing a lot to /root/.neotys. They don't like that. Is there a way to avoid this?

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If you start your LG using a normal user it will store the logs in $HOME. Would it be a good workaround?

The root user is not strictly necessary to run the Agent/LG process except if you use the WAN emulation driver but in that case a sudo command is enough.

As far as i know you can't use a different folder.