Sometimes the simplest tips can be the best. If you use SMIT (or more likely, the text-based version using the command smitty), you've probably had to scroll down a list of information that may be thousands of lines. If you didn't know better, you'd either be scrolling down a line at a time or - at best - doing a find for a particular word using the forward slash.
There's an easier way and this may just save you and your down arrow key thousands of keystrokes over the next year. (Ahh, the glories of working in the IT industry).
You can use this when you're listing filesets, or users, or jumping down any long list in SMIT.
Here's how to page down:
(that's hold the control or ctrl key down and press the letter v).
That's a nice easy way to page down in SMIT.
And guess what? You can page up using
(that's the esc key followed by pressing the letter v).
Want to see this in action? Here's a video that goes for about a minute and a half and it might just save you wearing out your down arrow.
Update: note from a kind reader:
jump to bottom Ctrl-> (Control key plus > ) jump to top Ctrl-< (Control key plus < )