rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

>But if I previously called QSYS/QSTRUP I want to make sure that QSTRPRTWTR 
>is not reset by that.  So, at what point does that get reset?  This is not 
>a system value you can do CHGSYSVAL on.  Just want to make sure that if I 
>am doing some special IPL that I don't start the printer writers 
>unnecessarily.

Rob:

See extended help for system value QSTRPRTWTR. I've never checked, but I don't 
think it gets "reset" during IPL. Once it's on, it stays on until the next IPL. 
A simple CLP showed it on here.

Tom Liotta

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