The Session Manager
can buffer around 26400 CDRs per Session Manager instance in ASR 5500. Once the
above limit is breached the oldest CDRs will be purged to make room for the new
CDRs. Since purging can happen as soon as the Session Manager queue size
reaches the maximum allowed limit, there is a need for the alarms to be
generated during this scenario.
archive queue size thresholds generate alerts or alarms per Session Manager
instance based on the queue percentage of accounting messages archived in the
buffer. The alarm will typically be generated when the message archival begins,
and as and when the buffer is filled up to say, 25, 50 and 90 during the
specified polling interval.
Alerts or alarms are
triggered for accounting message archive queue size thresholds based on the
trap will be generated if the queue size exceeds 15 of the maximum number of
session manager items per instance. The queue size is indicative of the maximum
of ACS manager queue size and session manager queue size.
If a trigger
condition occurs within the polling interval, the alert or alarm will not be
generated until the end of the polling interval.