I've (very rarely) had need to go back and check something in old QHST* 
log files, so it's handy to have.  It's also one of those things that only
add a minute or two to the nightly backup (like SAVCFG, SAVSECDTA & 
RTVCFGSRC *ALL *ALL) and could save your a** someday, so why NOT put it
in the backup ?


On Tue, 14 Oct 1997, Magnolia Steel Co. Inc. wrote:

> >This may be a simple question! Does anyone know how to
> >restore the QHST* files from a SAVSYS?
> 
> Under what conditions would you want to restore the QHST* files? I
> backup our libraries that change daily and I do a SAVSYS every month. Do
> I need to be backing up these files with a SAVOBJ as Neil recommends?
> 
> 
> Thanks
> Bill
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