Icinga2 is used for monitoring my infrastructure. Some services are more noisy than others, and generate a lot of unnecessary warnings in a short time. A delayed notification rule is used to only raise alarms when the service is not OK for a prolonged period of time.
When I rolled out my new Icinga2 installation, and added disk checks for all laptops, I ran into a small problem: there is a fuse mountpoint for logged in users which only the user can read. Apparently it has something to do with Flatpack.
I'm using Icinga2 for a long time, but recently installed a new system and using Director for the first time. I know how to configure notifications in Icinga2 config files, but getting them working in Director (with Director options only) is a bit of a challenge. Here is a step-by-step to get simple mail notifications working. From there it should be easier to configure more advanced notifications.