We have around 20 different pipelines defined in our pipelines.yml. One of them is outputing elastic query result to a file in a dedicated folder. Last weekend the owner of this folder changed to root, making Logstash unable to write there. This caused our pipeline to fail. Unfortunately, due to this error, the entire Logstash service kept restarting until we filxed folder ownership. Is there a way to avoid such situation, making sure that if one pipeline will fail, other will keep running?