Displaying Command Output
If the command output 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. (See Figure 7.)
To continue command output:
Occasionally, if a command produces extensive output, you may wish to cancel the output.
To cancel command output:
Press q. Command output stops, and the command prompt appears.
Table 3 lists common keyboard sequences you can use at the ---(more)--- prompt.
Table 3: MORE Prompt Keyboard Sequences
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 and wait for more input. (To resume output, press Ctrl-C.)
Jump to last line in 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.
Scroll up and down
Scroll up and down through the output.
To exit this mode, press q.
-E (hyphen E)