CPU is ok. What you see is expected as you have BGP peerings - I see from the process BGP scanner.
This process once per minute takes all the CPU cycles it can grasp to check the availibility of all BGP next hops. Since it is a low priority process should a higher process needs cycles it relinquishes them immediately.
CPU issues are not when you see cpu peaks but wehn you see high averages in cpu utilization - the ones shown by the symbol #.
So don't be worried at all as your device is not misbehaving.
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