In another thread -

Mark wrote:
Create a message queue named QSYSMSG in QSYS. Then in addition to sending
critical messages to QSYSOPR (and QHST) the system will also send them to
It is then easy to write a program to monitor QSYSMSG for certain errors
and "take appropriate action." (CPF1393 does get sent to QSYSMSG.)

Then Jim wrote:
Good idea but there's an extra step: Change the owner of QSYS/QSYSMSG to
QSECOFR, or create it with QSECOFR.
Incomplete results otherwise.

Interesting. I've had QSYSMSG for as long as I can remember. CPF1393 does
not show up there. My QSYSMSG is owned by QPGMR because it was created by
(drum roll) yours truly.

You're saying if I change ownership to QSECOFR, additional messages will
show there?

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