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Basically I went the extra mile to detect a memory leak on Laravel while testing (it has around 1K tests). I made an issue on Laravel but they removed because fuck you that's why. The issue explains everything in detail, but in short:
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Maybe give https://github.com/arnaud-lb/php-memory-profiler a try. Til you actually track down the leak, you're asking someone else to go down this rabbit hole for a contrived scenario.
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