When there is a lot of information to be output, the system displays the information in multiple screens.
Generally, 24 lines are displayed on one screen, and you can also use the screen-length command to
set the number of lines displayed on the next screen. (For the details of this command, refer to Login
Commands in the System Volume.) You can follow the step below to disable the multiple-screen output
function of the current user.
output function of the
CLI offers the following feature:
When the information displayed exceeds one screen, you can pause using one of the methods shown
Table 2-3 Display functions
Press Space when information display pauses
It must match a string
containing character, and there
can no spaces before character.
Used to match
character2 must be a number,
letter or underline, and \w
Escape character. If single
special characters listed in this
table follow \, the specific
meanings of the characters will
For example, "\Bt" can match "t" in
"install", but not "t" in "big top".
For example, "v\w" can match "vlan",
with "v" being character1, and "l" being
character2. v\w can also match
"service", with "i" being character2.
For example, "\Wa" can match "-a", with
"-" representing character1, and "a"
representing character2; while "\ba"
cannot match "2a" or "ba".
For example, "\\" can match a string
containing "\", "\^" can match a string
containing "^", and "\\b" can match a
string containing "\b".
By default, a login user uses the settings of the
screen-length command. The default settings of the
screen-length command are: multiple-screen output
is enabled and 24 lines are displayed on the next
This command is executed in user view, and
therefore is applicable to the current user only. When
a user re-logs in, the settings restore to the system
Continues to display information of the next