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Thank you for asking this question in the support community. Yes, with this minimal snapshot, the processor appears to be taxed due to the load of routing, combined with the flow meter (traffic monitoring feature). Here is the Configuring Integrated Traffic Monitoring in AOS guide for reference. ITM recommendations and limitations start on page 8:
Using ITM does slightly affect memory and CPU usage on your AOS product. Depending on the amount of available memory, capturing large amounts of traffic flow data may fill up the flow cache. An increase in memory or a reduction in data capture (by using sampling, for example) can alleviate this problem. To keep ITM memory and CPU usage to a minimum, RapidRoute must be enabled on each interface to be monitored using the ip ffe command from the interface configuration mode.
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