Is the o/p u have given is a bug o/p?.I mean is this the normal operational debug or faulty operational.Any how, I think the flag 0x9 is set and seen on the device, when some sort of link flapping b/w the 2 eigrp neighbors occurs.Since it comes after clear ip eigrp neighbors command, I think it is trying to initialise and establish new neighbor relationship.
The flag field is a bitfield, rather than an integer, so multiple flags can be combined, in different situations. For instance, you know init is 0x1, and CR is 0x2. If, for some reason, you were going to init a neighbor, and tell them they are CR at the same time, you'd send 0x3 (0x1 + 0x2 == 0x3).
In this case, you're seeing 0x9, which is 0x8 + 0x1. 0x8 is end of table, and 0x1 is init. It seems like an odd combination (?), but it is what you are seeing.
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