We are not using Moh on our CallManager 3.2, however, everytime someone is put on hold, the Application Event Log records this error: UNKNOWN_ALARM:MohNoMoreResourcesAvailable [source: Cisco CallManager, Event ID: 3]
Everything works as expected but our logs are jammed full! Any ideas on how to get rid of this error?
Turning off the MOH services without deconfiguring the system for MOH will result in this exact error; basically that CallManager searched for a MOH server and wasn't able to find one, and fell back to tone-on-hold.
Look on the phones themselves and on their device pools to see if they have User or Network MOH sources defined. If they do, redefine them as "". For good measure, make sure that the Media Resource Group List and its underlying Media Resource Groups contain no MOH servers, otherwise I think CallManager might fall back to the clusterwide-default MOH source, which is usually #1.
Everything you have suggested is the way it is set; the default Device Pool is in use and has "none" as it's "User Hold Audio Source" and "Network Hold Audio Source". In fact, there are no other options. I've looked at a couple phones specifically and they are set the same way, then retested and the errors came back.
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