Show/Set the rows for the CLI session

Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.


The rows command displays the number of rows that can be displayed in the current CLI session before the interface pauses output. If you do not set this value, it adjusts automatically based on the actual height of your terminal. If the actual height is undefined, the default number of rows is 24.

Specify a number to set the number of rows that can be displayed. Setting this value manually disables auto-adjustment. Specify zero (0) to disable pausing.

You can also set this value using the set -rows command.


[<integer>] - Number of Rows the Screen Can Display
Use this parameter to specify the number of rows your terminal can display.


The following example displays the current number of rows, then resets the number of rows to 48:
cluster1::> rows

cluster1::> rows 48