Software Improvement Program

Software Improvement Program

On linux the Intel software improvement program stores its data in: {HOME}/intel/ism/rm/intelremotemondata.db

Is there anyway to change this location? Even when I opt-out, it still creates this folder everytime I compile code. Even changing the location to {HOME}/.intel would be fine. 

Not a major problem, but I wanted to see if anyone knows of a quick fix.

Thanks,

Rob

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I'll ask.

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It is not possible, at this time, to relocate the folder and file. If you have opted out, no data gets collected, but the database records the opt-out status. The developers ask what problem this causes for you, though I am in favor of allowing all install paths to be customized.

Retired 12/31/2016

It's not really a problem, I just like to keep my home folder clean. Maybe you guys can change it to a hidden "dot"intel folder in the next release?

Thanks for your time.

Ok - I have passed this on to the developers.

Retired 12/31/2016

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Steve Lionel (Intel) wrote:

Ok - I have passed this on to the developers.

Is there any update on this issue? We have ICC 2013, soon ICC 2014 still icc and their tools create stubbornly $HOME/intel folder, which doesn't follow any known scheme.

Please use:

 

Sorry, I have not seen any update on this topic.

Retired 12/31/2016

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