Senseforce Edge is capable of running on Windows and Linux operating systems, including ARM-based architectures. For Windows, a graphical installer tool is provided, for Linux, the binaries are provided as an archived package.
Use the Windows installer package which guides you through the process of installation.
Register SF Edge as a Windows service
Open Luna.Setup.exe in the main SF Edge install directory. The installer needs to run with admin privileges.
SF Edge Windows installer
Press "1" (without "") and press Enter to confirm your selection.
Choose service name
Enter a descriptive service name. To make the subsequent configuration of the SF Edge services easier, please choose service names which uniquely identify what the task of this SF Edge service is. Example: EdgeForMachine1234567. Press Enter to confirm.
Automatically start at Windows startup
Choose whether to automatically start the newly created service at Windows startup. For most use-cases, enter "yes" and confirm with enter.
A final summary of your service settings is presented, asking you to confirm your configuration. Enter "yes" and confirm with enter to start the installation.
After the service is registered, the registration results are presented. Please make sure the results state "Successfully registered [yourServiceName]". Otherwise please check whether the installer was executed with admin privileges.
Successfully registered SF Edge as a Windows service
When installing an SF Edge service, the service is registered in the Windows service facilities. Additionally, an SF Edge configuration environment is created for every SF Edge service installed. The service configuration folders are placed in
C:/ProgramDate/Senseforce/Luna Data/[YourServiceName_ID] (Please note, that the ID is automatically generated).
For each installed service, a separate configuration folder is created.
SF Edge service configuration folders
A default set of configurations is automatically placed in the configuration folder.
Do not rename the folders, as the folder names are critical to uniquely identify the configurations for the Windows services.
Open the service configuration file location
To easily manage the SF Edge service configurations, the service installer application provides an easy method to locate the configuration files for the wiservices.
Simply press "2" (without "") and confirm with enter in the SF Edge service installer main menu. A Windows Explorer Window is automatically opened, pointing to the Luna service configuration folders.
Removing an SF Edge Windows service
To uninstall a previously installed SF Edge service, press "3" and confirm with enter in the service installer main menu. (Please note that the service installer application needs to be started with administrator privileges). A list of all installed Luna services is presented:
SF Edge uninstall
Enter "all" (without "") and press enter to confirm uninstalling all the listed SF Edge services. If only one of the listed services should be removed, enter the index number of the desired service (e.g. 2) and confirm with enter. Alternatively, enter "abort" (without "") to navigate back to main menu.
In the next step, select whether to delete the configuration and log files of the service chosen. Enter "yes" to delete these files, or "no" to keep them in the configuration folder. Enter "abort" to abort the uninstalling process.
Finally, you see a summary of your selection, and you are asked to finally confirm the uninstallation by entering "yes" or aborting by entering "no".
SF edge uninstall summary
After deleting the services and log/config-files (if chosen to do so), the uninstallation results are presented.
SF Edge uninstall results
Please note, that uninstalling the Luna services may take up to 60 seconds per service.
Starting and stopping registered SF Edge services
To start or stop an SF Edge service, open the Windows service environment by entering "4" in the SF Edge service installer application and confirm by pressing enter. The Windows service environment opens.
Windows service environment
Navigate to the service which should be started/stopped.
Right-click on the service and select "Start" or "Stop".
To install Luna as a Linux systemd service, follow the steps below:
1.Create a new systemd service file /etc/systemd/system/edge.service
2. The file contains the following lines of configuration