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AIX update 5.2 to 5.3 print spooler will not start automatically after reboot!

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I recently upgraded form AIX 5.2 to AIX 5.3!   I reboot the box every Saturday morning and I've noticed that since the upgrade every Saturday morning the print spooler seems to be down.  I have to run stopsrc -s qdaemon and startsrc -s qdaemon to get it running again.  What should I do to resolve this so the print spooler is started upon reboot?
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Any syslog entries?
Enable syslog and wait for next breakage.
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