Is there a way to tell who held a job queue on the AS/400?

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AS/400 jobs
iseries v5r4
JOBQ
Our night shift discovered a job queue on hold with a number of jobs that should have run earlier in the evening. Is there any way to determine when the queue was held and by whom?



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iSeries (AS/400) OS V5R4

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  • TomLiotta
    If you have object auditing enabled against the *JOBQ object, then the system audit journal will show a T/ZC entry from the change that was made. If you have command auditing enabled, the system audit journal will show the HLDJOBQ command in a T/CD entry. If the action wasn't audited, then about the only chance you have is that some joblog might show the command being run in that job. Tom
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