The command is:
DSPJRN JRN(QAUDJRN) FROMTIME('07/26/2005' '13:00') ENTTYP(SV) OUTPUT(*OUTFILE) OUTFILE(QTEMP/AA)
Note that in the example, I have subset by time; you can specify start and end times for your search. I have specified an entry type of SV, which stands for system values. Also, I have specified an outfile for the output, so that I can run the command, RUNQRY QRYFILE((QTEMP/AA)), which will show all system values that were changed. The output shows the user ID associated with each change that was made. You can scroll through the query output and find all instances where the system value that was changed was QTIME, or any of the other values like QHOUR. Or, you could create a more formal query using the WRKQRY command to select only the system values of interest.
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