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You need more than that. You need a server that regularly allocates large amounts of memory and then leaves them unreferenced so that the garbage collector can collect them. Then you also need the program to store data that you control, and to also keep references to that data--after all, if that data is collected, then the faux-pointers no longer pin the other allocations. Overall this does not sound like a common allocation pattern for servers.

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