Well, I have to downgrade the issues with this 3.9(1) is that it spike cpu. Just wr mem spike cpu to as much as 60%. Something is wrong and so bad TAC guys are clueless as to way out. Living the Partner to deal with it all alone.
Possible way is trial and error to understand the root cause as TAC has not been too helpful
You may need to load your ROUTER as this router was not behaving like this before until EIGRP SIA hit the memory beyond what it could take and the router responded by reloading thus refreshing the cpu processor.
I really need more guys to join this to help out in resolving this issue.
There might not one stable code for all features. You can first check release notes for 3.9 and 3.8, see if there is any key feature that you need in the release. If not, you can use latested 3.7 release. In general, extended supported release has longer life cycle and more bug fix.
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