My AIX system queue is disabled automatically

My AIX system queue is disabled after a while and I have to restart it again.  Is there any way to keep the AIX queue from being disabled automatically?

When the "Receive a <Printer> Job" command is sent by rembak to a remote server, a positive acknowledgment should be received by rembak before proceeding with sending datafiles. If rembak does not receive a positive acknowledgement within its timeout period, the print request will fail and the queue will be taken down. Datafiles will not be sent across to the lpd server.

With AIX 4.2 and later, set the backend <timeout> period to 120.  To do this, add a printer with the following parameters.

Description

Lexmark Printer (Room 330)

* Name of new PRINT QUEUE to add [aix_queue]
* HOSTNAME of Remote Server 192.168.1.1
* Name of QUEUE on remote server [rpm_queue]
TYPE of print spooler on remote server BSD
Send PASS-THROUGH FLAG to queue
on remote server?
yes
Backend TIME OUT period (minutes) [120]
 Send control file first?  no

For prior versions of AIX edit the /etc/qconfig file as follows:

  Parts:device = @TES_Server1
          up = TRUE
          host = TES_Server1
          s_statfilter = /usr/lib/lpd/bsdshort
          l_statfilter = /usr/lib/lpd/bsdlong
          rq = Parts@TES_Server1:
          backend = /usr/lib/lpd/rembak -T120