Clear Cached Memory on Ubuntu

sudo free && sync && sudo echo 3 | sudo tee /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches
Clear Cached Memory on Ubuntu based distributions, and also display memory status. Please do not use this on a production machine unless you really really know what you are doing. Echo 3 is a kinder way of purging the memory, you can also use 'echo 2' or 'echo 1' if #1 You know what you are doing, and #2 refer to number 1 :-)

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