For me it's renamed to /oem by default. Looking at the disable.sh script, it seems you can specify a name to rename the /su folder to by providing an argument. E.g. "disable.sh myfolder" will rename /su to /myfolder.
so this command ...
-Download ZipThemer from Google Play
-Download flashable path edify and theme from attachments
-Open ZipThemer, tap three dots menu and go to Update Edify, tap "BROWSE..." and pick ...
root switcher 126.96.36.199 doesnt requires "stop all su daemons" ticked, so tasker/automate can keep root access even with root switch enabled, but now "su" folder is hidded, not renamed tu "su2"..so, how we can make a root enable task?
again this thread is filled with trash..