the BGP table version increases with every BGP update received. So whever there is a network announced or removed from the internet, more then, when a path to a network is modified, an update is sent and the BGP table increases.
Your CPU load shows nothing abnormal. Two processes "BGP scanner" and "BGP router" mainly contribute to CPU load on a BGP speaker. Once per minute the reachability from every next hop is checked for every path in your BGP table. And all BGP updates are processed using all free CPU cycles.
So having once per minute a CPU load of 100% is the norm and not an exception.
Your average CPU is quite fine, even 30% would be ok.
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