The input of your compressor reached a maximum of +15.7 dbfs. It might be that the plugin before the compressor causes this.
FYI: If you record in 24 bit you do not need to record “hot”. 1 bit within a 24 bit system has already a higher resolution than the complete 16 Bit within a 16 Bit system. To put it simple: Don’t just stay away from red, stay away from yellow, too.
Edit: A little more explanation about the common myth to record as hot as possible, especially in 24Bit era.
Leaving noise issues aside a 16 Bit system can record 65536 different volume levels. That’s 4096 different values per bit.
A 24 Bit system can record 16777216 volume values. That’s 699050 values per bit. So even if you record at very low volumes you can record a very fine dynamic resolution. Of course you want to keep the signal to noise ration high but there is no need to drive the volume to the converters near maximum. I would say -18db is okeish.