Not sure if this is a bug or a config error on my part, but I've been noticing that the number of lsphp processes climbs steadily and never goes down. I ran into this when we were getting complaints about mail() not working, so I logged in and noticed that PHP was unable to talk to sendmail because there were thousands of lsphp processes running and monopolizing resources somehow. Restarting lsws doesn't change anything. The only way I fixed it was running killall -9 lsphp and then restarting lsws. If I run a `ps aux | grep -c lsphp` then it'll show a reasonable value between 5-20, but then starts climbing again endlessly as time goes on. Any suggestions?