if you do "show proc cpu sorted", it should show you the processes in order of CPU percentage taken. If still you don't see a process accounting for the total, I suggest you cotnact the TAC for further investigation.
Seems like a ghost process is using CPU without showing in the list. Certainly could be a bug. I suggest you to upgrade to latest maintenance of 12.4 that is (13b) as of today and if the problem persist, seek advice from the TAC.
Ok, AFAIR the first number in the "sh processes cpu" indicates the total CPU utilization, while the second number indicates the percent of CPU time spent at the interrupt level, the difference between these 2 numbers should be summation of the time taken by each process, and thus your output is normal.
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