I've noticed high cpu too. We've been experimenting with ditching the software user id agent on the DC's in favor of the hardware (on device) user id agent. Reading Architecting User Identification Deployments gave me a better insight in usage of the different user id possibilities. Now I'm considering keeping the software user id agents on the DC, since it suits our environment better.
E.g. the hardware user id agent can cause a lot of cpu demand on both the management server and DC's. Traffic between firewall and DC is completely different when using software of hardware user id agent.
Careful planning may improve the situation. If you get management cpu down, the GUI user experience also enhances greatly.
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