Using Keyboard Sequences at the MORE Prompt in the SRC CLI
If the output from a command is longer than the screen length, it appears one screen at a time by means of a UNIX more-type interface. The prompt ---(more)--- indicates that more output is available. This format is helpful when you want to scroll and search through lengthy output.
The SRC software uses the Less program to provide navigation and search capability at the MORE prompt. The SRC software does not permit the Less program access to files or the shell.
Table 14 lists the keyboard sequences for the commands most frequently used at the MORE prompt.
Table 14: MORE Prompt Keyboard Sequences
Display information about the keyboard sequences you can display at the MORE prompt.
Commands listed that access files or the shell are not supported.
Scroll down one line.
e, Ctrl+e, j, Ctrl+n, Enter, down arrow
Scroll down one-half screen.
Scroll down one whole screen.
f, Ctrl+f, Ctrl+v, z, Space
Scroll down to the bottom of the output.
Jump to the last line in the output and exit to the CLI prompt.
Display the previous line of output.
y, Ctrl+y, k, Ctrl+k, Ctrl+p, up arrow
Scroll up one-half screen.
Scroll up one whole screen.
b, Ctrl+b, Esc+v, w
Jump to the first line of the output.
Move left and right
Move right one-half screen width.
Esc+), right arrow
Move left one-half screen width.
ESC+(, left arrow
Search forward for a string.
You can also search for a string by specifying the | match filter when entering a command using the pipe symbol. See Displaying Output That Matches a Regular Expression.
Search backward for a string.
Repeat a previous search for a string.
Up arrow while in search mode
Repeat the previous search for a string in the opposite direction.
Down arrow while in search mode
Interrupt or End Output, Redraw the Output, and Save the Output to a File
Interrupt the display of output.
q, :q, Q, :Q, ZZ
Redraw the output on the screen.
r, Ctrl+r, Ctrl+l
Redraw the output on the screen and discard buffered input.