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Jaz Chana
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Hi Guys,

I'm not sure if I should be posting this here, but I'm finding it extremely difficult to find any java tomcat hosting. I've tried a few and had issues with convoluted set up procedures, extremely slow speeds and not enough control over the tomcat or mysql instance. All I want is to able to have access to the server.xml file. I'm looking for something with tomcat 5.5+ and mysql 5, oh and it has to be uk based. International hosting greatly reduces access times. Any suggestions?
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