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Is there a command in Linux that removes everything that is loaded in the RAM including the kernel itself while the OS is up and running?
There is kexec to load a different kernel.
If you just want to remove everything without replacing it, that doesn't make sense. If you remove the kernel (and everything else), then the OS won't continue to run. You could as well use halt or poweroff.