Roon Core Machine: Core i7 Fanless NUC running ROCK version 831
Core i7 Fanless NUC running ROCK version 831
Networking Gear & Setup Details
NUC connected to GB switch via ethernet
Synology NAS DS1819+ connected to same switch via ethernet
Connected Audio Devices
Devialet 440 pro connected to same switch via ethernet
Number of Tracks in Library
545000 tracks, 30200 albums
Description of Issue
I recently noticed (no changes made in hardware) an constant activity on the NAS (‘upload’ (as in: I am uploading something to somewhere) showing at 13 to 16 MB/s) when there is nothing going on. The activity is in SMBD. When I shutdown the NUC, the activity drops to near zero. When I restart the NUC, it goes back up to the same level. Any ideas as to what may be going on?
My Synology software is up to date across the board
Considering the ‘upload’ activity stops when I shut down the NUC, would that not indicate the virus being on the NUC, rather than the NAS? And how would I even address that, since there is nothing else on the NUC besides Roon ROCK?
not sure I understand that one
is a possibility, but I see no activity in the Roon GUI (like the top right blue circle swirling for instance)
If everything is really quiet without NUC and all security gaps have always been fixed very quickly with updates, I agree with your consideration.
If nothing changes here either,
I would also be surprised to see what else is happening. Maybe there will be more ideas from the community or an employee will take it up when he is free again for new tasks.