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Hi I am currently using Tomcat 5.0.x on a server where we offer virtual hosting. I am looking for a better alternative. Number one problem is that setting up new domain names (virtual hosts) is a major pain since Tomcat does not have dynamic virtual hosts and every time new host is added to server.xml there is a need to restart tomcat. I know for example Resin offers this support, any other suggestions? Thank you.

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