I think I should've posted an answer instead of a comment. I tried to figure out a way to delete it but didn't know how and then I exceeded the five minute limit. Anyway... here is a better comment shaped as an answer:
A trap is a mechanism built into the CPU that allows the program execution to continue at another, well defined location (in this case it switches from user context to kernel context as well, hence the name kernel trap). One use of traps is when the hardware encounters an error and needs the CPU to continue with the error handling code (division by zero, memory access errors, etc.). In UNIX systems traps are also used to execute system calls (see McDougall's and Mauro's excellent book "Solaris Internals", chapter 2.8 in specific). In your case the kernel was entered 1069 times over a specific amount of time.
Without knowing much more about your system, its processes it is running at this point, and the hardware it is running on, it is, unfortunately, impossible to say if your systems is in a good or bad state.