Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Roon server build 610 running on debian 10 which is installed at freenas bhyve vm enviroment with 4gb ram dedicated + 3 cores dedicated with 2 treads each + 50gb of zvol
The PC that freenas is running on; intel i7 4790 + 16gb ram and zvol is located on a 512gb ssd
Music folder is added through smb.
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Connected to the home network through TP Link powerline adapters.
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
SMSL M8A DAC through Volumio on rpi 4, android tablet, iphone 11, iphone se
Description Of Issue
I have my Background audio analysis scheduled for once in 8 hours. At each scheduled analysis it keeps scanning aroudn 11000 files although I let the server finish scanning the whole archive at the very first setup.
I was using Roon Server on a windows 10 vm with exactly the same config, running with exactly the same archive and there was no such thing happening. I switched to linux enviroment because windows was consuming too much resource on my freenas thus effecting nas performance.
I just did a clean install completely from the scratch and result is same.
I tried to port the database from windows roon server to linux roon server by taking a backup from windows one and uploading it to linux one (both were build 610) which ended up making the linux server crash. That’s another story.
When I check skipped files from the library, there are around 1500 files that are claimed to be curropt. Some are really curropt but most play fine on other players. I won’t go into that topic.
Scanning 11000 files takes around 2.5 hours with the cırrent setup that simply means running the hard disks 7.5 hours a day for nothing.
Searching for solutions to problems for a software that I paid for makes me an unhappy customer as there are cheaper or free alternatives that run just fine. As struggling with such bugs (tidal login problem, etc) for the past couple of months, I feel very lucky that I didn’t purchase a lifetime licence. I probably will not subscribe to Roon for next year.