Fritz!Box 7530, Ethernet, + Fritz Wifi Mesh
HDMI - Denon AVR
Ethernet - Ropieee USB - Quad Artera Link
Ethernet - Windows 10 Desktop
Wifi - Windows 10 Laptops + tablets
Wifi - Nokia phones (Android 10)
Chromecast Audio - headphones
Chromecast Ultra - TV
Description of Issue
Rebooted my ROCK/NUC for the first time in a long while today. Came up, and asked for my Login credentials. It showed the eternal jellyfish while checking. After a minute or two, it came up with this:
Yes, I am online. And I see that Roon is running (my Ropieee Display is showing the last album displayed, but I can’t get past this “Are you Online?” screen on any Roon Control point.
So: is your login service running?
Just checked that the authentication query is not getting blocked at my end, and no, it isn’t:
Tried a few more retries, with this result:
Right - the plot thickens…
- I decided to reboot the ROCK/NUC one more time.
- When it had rebooted, I got the Login screen again. This time the login succeeded, BUT:
- I got the “there is a problem with your database” message.
- I rebooted one more time.
- No need to login this time around, and eventually all booted up correctly - database and all.
I now have even less hair, but a running system…
… barely made it … thank goodness …
Is there something amiss in the Rooniverse these days? I think, not sure, i have seen more reports than usual concerning lost config, corrupted databases and similar lately?
I had to reinstall (more than once) my own NUC8i3 last week, with complete loss of audio devices being the reason…
It had not been in use for a couple of months, and i think it actually was running one of the later 1.8 beta releases on startup, but the upgrade process went fine.
This thread is invaluable! Exactly the same reponse: following a power cut got the login screen, then the Are you online? Rebooted, got past the login screen to There was a problem loading your database, head over to the Roon Community. On the next reboot everything worked!
Thank you for approaching this with such a playful attitude . I appreciate you keeping us posted on what worked - it seems it’s helpful to the entire community.
Thanks for your valuable contributions to the Roon community
P.S. We should coin Rooniverse, @Mikael_Ollars