The h command provide a built in help function.
|*||displays detailed help about all commands|
|cmd||displays detailed help about listed commands|
If the command is executed without any parameters, then a short list of all the available commands is displayed.
The h command provides built in help. If used without arguments, all available commands are listed. Used with one or more command names as an option, it displays a detailed help on those commands.
The "*" option produces detailed help on all the commands, using the more command to paginate output to the screen.
Examples illustrating the use of the h command follow. NOTE that the actual output is architecture and configuration dependent.
PMON> h Shell h on-line help about about PMON2000 sh command shell hi display command history more paginator stty set tty options vers print version info eval evaluate and print result date get/set date and time Environment set display/set variable eset edit variable(s) unset unset variable(s) Boot and Load load load memory from hostport boot boot wrapper netboot load file via network diskboot boot from disk Debugger g start execution (go) c continue execution t trace (single step) to trace (step over) db delete break point(s) b set break point(s) sym define symbol ls list symbols r display/set register l list (disassemble) memory bt stack backtrace Memory m modify memory d display memory copy copy memory to memory fill fill memory search search memory mt memory test Misc tr transparent mode dump dump memory to hostport flush flush caches call call function reboot reboot system ping ping remote host flash program flash memory Pci pcfg pci config space PMON> PMON> h stty stty [tty] [-va] [baud] [sane] [term] set terminal options
The command uses no environment variables.
The about command.