so ideally I would like to write 301 rules in a rewrites.conf.j2 file so Trellis can take care of the redirects. (and I won’t need to use a plugin just for this, that it is always good to avoid using an extra plugin)
and moreover, from a performance point of view, is it always better to write the redirect directly in the Nginx config or more or less the performance are the same with a plugin (safe-redirect-manager) doing redirects?
is there a roots repository where I can see which rules you guys wrote in the Nginx includes files? (I saw that roots-example-project.com doesn’t have the nginx-includes, so I was wondering if there is another repository with the nginx-includes in place)
moreover, do you know more or less, how many Nginx redirects is too many (performance-wise)?
Currently, we have a list of around 320 redirects, I know that Nginx is very fast at handling redirects, but presumably, there must be some number of redirects that will affect performance.