You’re doing it wrong

The following appeared on a mailing list I subscribe to.

Hi,

I have 3000 definitions in my config.ini .

routes.cates1.route = “list1/:page”
routes.cates1.defaults.module = “default”
routes.cates1.defaults.controller = “list”
routes.cates1.defaults.action = “index”
routes.cates1.defaults.id = 1
routes.cates1.defaults.page = 1
routes.cates1.reqs.page = “d+”

….
….

routes.cates3000.route = “list3000/:page”
routes.cates3000.defaults.module = “default”
routes.cates3000.defaults.controller = “list”
routes.cates3000.defaults.action = “index”
routes.cates3000.defaults.id = 3000
routes.cates3000.defaults.page = 3000
routes.cates3000.reqs.page = “d+”

I think my web site (it isnĀ“t production) is slower than before. This is Okay or I need other solution.

bye

George

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