I'm having a problem where when I resize my terminal, it doesn't seem to be reported properly and so none of the applications in it don't display properly. For example:
If I open a terminal, remote in to a server and open vim without resizing, vim will take up the entire screen as expected. If I then resize my terminal and open vim again (I'm using vim here as an example but it happens with any program or terminal output), it will still act as if the terminal is the original size.
Is there a way to force my terminal emulator to report this change in size to the remote server?
I'm connecting to AIX machines using Terminator 0.95 on RHEL 6.5, and the shell on the remote server is KSH, for reference.
Edit to answer the questions in the comment below:
echo $TERM gives xterm (I'm assuming this is what the default is in terminator, as I haven't changed it). I am logging in using