Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Fedora - Linux mercury 5.0.17-200.fc29.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon May 20 15:39:10 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Roon Core: Roon version 1.6 (Build 416)
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Master library is on my Mac and I synchronize it with the Fedora server using netatalk and Chronosync - no issues for years now.
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Description Of Issue
So it starts with my version of Michael Franti’s Yell Fire! (which I ripped in iTunes and is in my iTunes Library) being mis-identified as Yell Fire! Live. It used to be properly identified. Roon does’t have the studio album in the identification list anymore so I run Picard to fully populate the metadata. This was successful. I force a scan of the iTunes folder on Roon and stilll have the live album. I edit the album and click the file metadata box. Now I have both albums with the two instances pointing to the same files. I cannot get Roon to remove the live version in my library. I delete the Live album in Roon and it deletes the files on Fedora and the album on Roon. The studio album still appears in the library… I resync Fedora with my Mac and presto the Live album is back along with the studio album.
Ok, now I delete the files on the server and make sure that both instances are deleted in Roon, clean the library to remove the entries. Now I copy the files, as identified by Picard with full metadata, back into position using Chronosync. Roon mis-identifies the album as the live album. I cannot find the studio album when I go to Edit/Identify Album.