Good Day,
 
I do not know if this is the correct forum for this question, but I hope
I can get some response.
 
The network administrator on my company has created a process that runs
on a windows server. This process runs a HTML GET on our ISeries
webserver every 5 seconds to monitor if the web server is up. 
Will this process have a performance effect on the ISeries.
He says it will be so insignificant, we should not consider it.
 
Is he correct?
 
Thanks

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