Friday, August 28, 2009

NetApp command line shortcuts

Just a few commands which I use frequently while on console.

CTRL+W = It deletes the word before cursor
CTRL+R = Rewrites the entire line you have entered
CTRL+U = Deletes the whole line
CTRL+A = Go to start of the line
CTRL+E = Go to end of the line
CTRL+K = Delete all the following texts

A few more commands are there but I feel arrow keys work better then you press these sequences like

CTRL+F = Right arrow
CTRL+B = Left arrow
CTRL+P = Up arrow
CTRL+N = Down arrow
CTRL+I = Tab key

Am I missing anything else?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It is mostly emacs like commands, FWIW - though, ctrl-D logs you out on NetApp, vs "delete a character" in emacs.