We're currently using Nagios for my monitoring needs, but with all the manual setup work, we're looking at moving to Icinga2 with director. In the lab, I have a brand new CentOS 7 VM with Icinga2, Icingaweb2, and Director setup, but I seem to be having a problem with the director kickstart import.
To backup just a bit, this setup is brand new. I followed the steps on the official Icinga install guide to a tee, including all the SELinux stuff. When I first ran into this problem, I assumed I did something wrong during setup, so I wiped out everything, and reinstalled. And I've still got the same problem. Everything else seems to work properly. I can access the web interface just fine and the default host and its services are checking properly. I just can't get started with director.
My issue is this: when I run the kickstart wizard, it only imports the commands. It doesn't import the default host, any of the host groups, any of the services, templates, etc. It only imports the commands. I hope there's some minor thing I'm missing here, but I can't get them to import. When I create the, for example, host groups manually, then it won't apply the configuration because the host groups already exist. I know enough from Nagios that I could go in a delete all the default configuration to get around this problem, but then it feels like I'm missing something. Shouldn't I be able to edit these default configurations though director?
I hope you guys can help me, either by steering me in the right direction, or by adjusting my expectations here.