Our web.config file has 1300 redirects in it and growing all the time. Its a mixture of 4 site rebuilds over 15 years and marketing vanity URLS. My question is 3 part.
does having to search through 1300 redirects every time a vanity url is used impact performance in any meaningful way. Im sure it does, but is that so many its slowing things down.
How can i track over time which ones are actually being used. Im sure some that are over 10 years old probably never get used. i reckon i could cut the number down by 60% as they never get used anymore.
Is it worth doing?
Thanks for any help!