Using the interim fix force removal operation

The force removal operation removes interim fix data.

This operation also unlocks all interim fix packages associated with the interim fix label without removing the actual interim fix files, executing any removal scripts, or boot processing. The force removal operation can only be run on one interim fix at a time, and the interim fix label is required to identify the target interim fix. The syntax for performing a force removal operation is as follows:
emgr -R interim fix fixLabel [-w Directory] [-a path] [-X]
Note: The force removal operation must be considered as an emergency procedure. It must only be run if all other methods to remove the interim fix have failed. This method can create inconsistencies on the target system.