Have you wondered how to get the current active call counts for a Lync server? What about the quantity of calls going through a mediation server? Here are a few tips that should help you out.
A colleague of mine recently turned me onto an awesome PowerShell command called “Get-CSWindowsService”. The command grabs the current call and conference counts from the Lync deployment and provides it as output.
Here is an example:
Status Name ActivityLevel
—— —- ————-
Running RTCSRV Incoming Requests per Second=0,Messages In Server=8…
Running RTCCAA Concurrent Calls=0
Running RTCCAS Concurrent Conferences=1
Running RTCRGS Current Active Calls=0
Running RTCCPS Total Parked Calls=0
Running RTCATS Current Active Calls=0
Running RTCIMMCU Active Conferences=2,Connected Users=3
Running RTCDATAMCU Active Conferences=2
Running RTCAVMCU Number of Conferences=2,Number of Users=3
Running RTCASMCU Active Conferences=2,Connected Users=0
Running RTCMEDSRV Current Outbound Calls=0,Current Inbound Calls=2,Cu…
Running RTCMEETINGMCU Active Conferences=0
Pretty neat stuff. Here is the online reference: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg398803.aspx
How do I get all the performance counters for Lync?
Get-Counter -ListSet “LS:*” | Select-Object CounterSetName, Description | Format-List
Here is some usage (in this case for Mediation Server Inbound Calls):
Get-Counter -Counter “LS:MediationServer – 01 – inbound Calls(_total)- 000 – Current”
Want a continuous run? Add the “-Continuous” tag
Get-Counter -Counter “LS:MediationServer – 01 – inbound Calls(_total)- 000 – Current” -Continuous
Here are some good external references:
Hopefully this helps you out!