Can you please note the exact local time + date of the next Roon restart and send me a copy of your Roon logs by using these instructions? The best way to get the logs over would be via a shared Dropbox / Google Drive link, but if you don’t have either method, just let me know and I can provide alternate upload instructions, thanks!
I live in China mainland, I have to use VPN to access Streaming service and other foreign website. I think this is might be the reason why so many Name Resolution Failures. But I have already using google DNS in the router.
As for the crash itself, There is no Plex / Emby on the same Network.
There were a few other non-crash related issue reported on kernel 5.XX of Audiolinux, I wonder if this kernel is causing issues on your end here as well. Could you try using an older kernel of this OS?
If you temporarily use only TIDAL/Qobuz for a few days and have your local storage locations disabled, do you still notice RoonServer restarts? I wonder if the issue occurring during import is a red-herring here and if it’ll crash without importing any content as well.
I have tried to use only Qobuz, Roon core was very stable. If I enabled the storage folder, the problem happened again, it’ll crash without importing any content as well. I guess this issue maybe OS related, so I try to use windows server and import the same storage. Roon core has run for a week without any problem.
Anyway, I think I will not try Audio Linux again. Thank you for your time.
Sorry to hear we weren’t able to troubleshoot the Audiolinux issue, but on the other hand glad to hear that the Windows server is working out great for you! If you have further issues, just let us know.