Hope you’re having a nice weekend @Eric, It crashed again, but this time (new behaviour) the app restarted itself: 18/2 @ 12:28. As before I have sent the logs using the provided support code.
Update, this one might have been a false alarm; my partner said he was promoted to update roon (remote) on his MacBook, so if might have been normal behaviour for the server to restart itself if a remote updates itself? Seems unusually that it should.
Hi @Afullmark — Thank you, and I hope you had a nice weekend as well! Just wanted to give you the heads up that when an update is available it is taken by any active Roon devices.
So for example, if I am listening to Roon on my phone with earbuds in while cleaning my house and I notice the update icon appear on my screen and hit it, the update will be attributed to not only the remote but also to the device that is hosting my Roon core or server.
I just posted on another thread, it looks like I am having the same issue. My Mac is closing the app every couple of days, no error messages , just the app is no longer open. My setup is the same, latest update Roon, same os and my files on are the local hard dive. Hope they get a fix for this.
@Eric@support As @Tim_Clardy also noted, there is no crash report generated; ~/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/ has always been quite empty whenever i look after i noticed Roon has crashed.
There is only one mention of ‘roon’ and that is is system.log:
Feb 28 03:27:54 Andrews-iMac com.apple.xpc.launchd (com.roon.Roon.9392): Service exited with abnormal code: 1
At the time of that crash Roon was not being used. I keep my iMac on 24/7 and only the screen goes to sleep.
'Tis a bit of a mystery. @Tim_Clardy perhaps submit your logs also; I’m sure @Eric can help with that.
@Eric Before I implement your suggestions (fresh install etc), I wanted to run some investigations. Roon runs for many, many days now without silent crash (it does still crash) but I have noticed that RAM gets high; could this be a cause?
I’ve 8GB of physical RAM, 3034 albums and 58K tracks. Cache at default 256MB. Here is what RAM is running at. Is this normal at idle?:
14/03/2017 @ , 09:20 (idle, roon not playing music, scanning etc)
14/03/2017 @ 13:55 (idle, roon not playing music, scanning etc)
Mine is still closing itself out every four or five days. I sent in a support package but never received a response. Mine closes itself out on the core machine when it is doing nothing, not playing anything. Just every few days I try to play something on the remote and it cannot connect. I check the Core machine and sure enough Roon is not open anymore. This never happened until the 1.3 upgrade.