Another useful argument is the --forceOnError option that continues the uninstall process when an error is encountered. If an option is incorrectly entered or if a required option is omitted and the --forceOnError option is not used, the command fails and aborts.
  1. From the server root directory, run uninstall tool with the --remove-all option to remove all of the Directory Proxy Server’s libraries.

    The optional --quiet option suppresses output information.

    The following command assumes that the Directory Proxy Server is standalone and not part of a replication topology.

    $ ./uninstall --cli --remove-all --no-prompt --quiet --forceOnError
  2. If any files or directories remain, manually remove them.