Hey guys! I'm hosting a private Spigot server on an Azure Linux VM with Ubuntu Server 20.04. It's supposed to have 4-15 players, just my friends and I. The main goal is to have my Java and Bedrock friend plating together, so the only plugins I have installed are Geyser and Floodgate. I intended to keep it as cheap as possible since the beginning, so I started testing with a B2 sized VM (2 core, 2 GB RAM). It was able to handle a Vanilla Server, but as soon as I put Spigot in it, the server was being killed during startup, when loading the Nether word. I though it was too much to expect from my poor VM, so I scaled up to a B2s sized machine (2 cores, 4 GB RAM). It was able to handle Spigot, but as soon as I put Geyser and Floodgate, it wouldn't start, once again, the process was killed during startup The only way now to make ir work is by using a S2ms VM (4 cores, 8 GB RAM), but it costs around $60 per month and that's just too much. While the server is running, I can see the CPU and RAM usage don't even reach half of the capacity, and I don't want to pay for resources I'm not using. Do you have any idea of what could I do so the server is able to startup with 4 GB of RAM, what should I tweak and optimize?