Number of threads keeps increasing and ends up in laggy system that I have to reboot

I have the folloing behaviour on my Openhab. I have to reboot every few hours to keep the system responsive, especially for the z-wave. Can someone help me out of why this is?

The Raspberry PI 4 uses docker with openhab/snapshot-alpine.

  version: 4.1.0
  buildString: "Build #3722"
locale: nl-NL
  configFolder: /openhab/conf
  userdataFolder: /openhab/userdata
  logFolder: /openhab/userdata/logs
  javaVersion: 17.0.9
  javaVendor: Alpine
  osName: Linux
  osVersion: 6.1.21-v8+
  osArchitecture: aarch64
  availableProcessors: 4
  freeMemory: 377499856
  totalMemory: 601882624
  uptime: 23491
  startLevel: 100

list the bindings you use

Please read recent topics on the same theme. 2 bindings were identified: nest and shelly. Are you running ome of these bindings?

Sone fixes for Shelly have been merged during the weekend but others are still on review process.

The following plugins are installed. So no Nest and no Shelly.

What can I do to identify the culprate?

  - automation-jsscripting
  - binding-astro
  - binding-bigassfan
  - binding-chromecast
  - binding-mielecloud
  - binding-network
  - binding-nibeuplink
  - binding-openweathermap
  - binding-solaredge
  - binding-somfytahoma
  - binding-tradfri
  - binding-zwave
  - misc-homekit
  - persistence-influxdb
  - persistence-rrd4j
  - transformation-map
  - ui-basic
  - ui-habpanel

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