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Avaya S8xxx media servers provide call peak information through Avaya's SNMP agents g3-mib for data, voice, srv, media and overall call peak values. These are collected in hourly periods, so the published data is always refering to the last hour of operation. The peak values available seem to be the concurrent number of calls measured per second, and the total number of calls per hour. This plugin queries these last hours peak values and compares them against warning and critical thresholds.
he values are returned from one of these rate groups:

* g3callratedata
* g3callratevoice
* g3callratesrv
* g3callratemedia
* g3callratetotal

The returned data is most useful for graphing to identify trends in usage when used together with the trunk group call monitoring plugin. Without graphing, the plugin needs to run only once per hour, but for graphing we want to get data in 5 minute intervals. We can separately return and graph the concurrent calls peak or the total calls per hour.
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bySchwabe, August 23, 2013
nagios@UBSW1NAG01:~$ /usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_avaya_peak.pl -H -C nagios -w 300 -c 600 -R voice -P total
Reference found where even-sized list expected at /usr/share/perl5/Net/SNMP.pm line 2278.
ERROR: getting SNMP data : The argument "ARRAY(0x16740c8)" is unknown.

Does anyone know how I can fix this?