It was actually RSTSLIBBRM.
Found the joblog.
CPF3852 Information 10 05/28/13 10:15:47.291366 QSRRSPST QSYS 1291 QSRRSLIB QSYS 0539
Message . . . . : All authorizations to PGM ADDDAYS in library UPIC08XXCP
Cause . . . . . : PGM ADDDAYS in library UPIC08XXCP adopted the user profile
of the object owner and the object was restored by a user who was not the
owner of the object and who did not have all object authority (*ALLOBJ) and
security administrator authority (*SECADM). Recovery . . . : Obtain
authority from the owner of the object or obtain all object (*ALLOBJ) and
security administrator authority (*SECADM) special authority from the
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Subject: Re: Restore lib results with public *exlude authority
Weird system migration in which the users didn't exist?
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From: "Steinmetz, Paul" <PSteinmetz@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'"
Date: 09/12/2013 12:18 PM
Subject: Restore lib results with public *exlude authority
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Recently noticed that a 20,000 object R&D program library had majority of
its objects set to *public *exclude following a RSTLIB on 5/29.
As a test, I restored the same library again, to a different library,
*public is now *change, which are normal results.
Any ideas on what might cause a RSTLIB to result with *public *exclude?
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