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  • Andy. I am running putty on Windows. if I run "sh interface terse", the display stops and --more-- is displayed. I believe it might just be how the script is handled on EX switch vs the srx. I have opened a service call with Juniper and I'll see ...

  • I was running my test initially on a SRX210 cluster running 12.1X46, which is the only physical hardware I had within reach on my desk. I ran the same script on vMX and the behaviour was the same, in that the script displays ---(more)--- as I would expect ...

  • Thanks Andy. Interesting. I ran the exact same code and on my switch, it just does not stop even after setting the screen lenght to 10. (Hostname: 2S-205-Lab_EX4300 Model: ex4300-48p Junos: 21.4R3) ------------------------------ YVON LEDUC ...

  • I mean to say that my script does display ---more--- asharp@SRX-Node0> file show /var/db/scripts/op/mytest.slax version 1.0; ns junos = "http://xml.juniper.net/junos/*/junos"; ns xnm = "http://xml.juniper.net/xnm/1.1/xnm"; ns jcs = "http://xml.juniper.net/junos/commit-scripts/1.0"; import ...

  • hello Andy, In your comment you mentioned "I've never had any issue with "---(more)---" being displayed for op scripts. " does you mean the result that your script generate don't stop until everything is shown? I was hoping to find a way to show ...

  • I've never had any issue with "---(more)---" being displayed for op scripts. Although, I don't usually print to screen using <output> jcs:printf(""); My approach has always been to declare <output> just once, e.g. main <op-script-results> { ...

  • Hello all, I wrote an op script that basically show a list of all the interfaces with information. Right now, if I run the script against a stack of 5 "48 ports" switch, I get basically 250 lines non-stop. Is there a way to make the script stop every ...

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