Constant random server crashes

I did pretty much everything, removed most of the StateBags, changed hosting, used older artifacts, cleaned code in the scripts and much more, not sure what to do anymore.

Usually error code on the crash in txAdmin shows:

[ citizen-server-impl] Server list query returned an error: System.Threading.Tasks.TaskCanceledException: A task was canceled. <- System.TimeoutException: A task was canceled. <- System.Threading.Tasks.TaskCanceledException: The request was canceled due to the configured HttpClient.Timeout of 30 seconds elapsing.

Unhandled Exception:
System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
Unhandled exception in Mono script environment: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
(null)> txaEvent "serverShuttingDown" "{"delay":5000,"author":"txAdmin","message":"Server is shutting down: (Server stopped)."}"

After checking linux kernel log, at the exact time of the crash, following line is shown:

Feb 10 18:44:13 5600x kernel: [97146.307251] traps: luv_tcp5[212245] general protection fault ip:7fd02ecf09aa sp:7fd008e7d360 error:0 in[7fd02ecdf000+4b000]

Also I noticed that crash usually occurs RIGHT AFTER heartbeat:

[ citizen-server-impl] Sending heartbeat to
[ citizen-server-impl] sync thread hitch warning: timer interval of 102 milliseconds

FXServer crashed.
A dump can be found at /root/FIVEM/MAIN/alpine/opt/cfx-server/crashes/7a3e30b6-6309-4a1e-12abd89a-da288941.dmp.
Crash report ID: bc54b898-55ee-417b-81d0-bfc57a5c0d20
> txaEvent "serverShuttingDown" "{"delay":5000,"author":"txAdmin","message":"Server se restartuje: (Server se zaustavio)."}"

Here are few crash logs(from linux tho): (4.4 MB)

Please note that I also changed servers, change operating system and much more. If anyone can help in this case I would be so grateful since I am now loosing my mind.

Where are people even getting this from?

Also, you posted this already in some other topic (which is still pending actionable information), no need to post your own topic if you suspect it’s the same issue: SIGSEGV / Random crashes (Looking for external advices) - #38 by BennoBaba