The quick way to view one of your request, user profile disabled, is to use DSPMSG QSYSMSG.
If it doesn't exist, just CRTMSGQ.
Hi, i might be wrong, but as far as i know, it can be done only by QAUDJRN , i.e by Audit Journaling and enhanced DSPLOG.
Since most authority failures, etc., simply won't be shown in QHST, it's not very useful to look there.
E.g., try using UPDDTA against a file that you aren't authorized to update. The command will throw an authorization error, but there will be nothing in QHST.
The audit journal is the correct source for information of this type. This assumes, of course, that auditing is turned on. If it isn't, there's not much point in searching for failure notices.