Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
OS: Version 1.0 (build 227) stable
Roon Server: Version 1.7 (build 667)
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Netgear GS105 - Ethernet
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Multiple - Bel Canto 3.7 - USB
Description Of Issue
I retired my NUC7i5BNH Rock server and migrated to a new NUC10i7fnh1 recently. I was able to restore a backup and move all music files to the new internal 4TB SSD and no longer use the external usb drive. All was working fine until I shut down (via “power off” in browser). I entered the bios to view cpu temps and exited out of the bios without saving. When the Rock came back up I could see it on the app (where it shows the Core Kit and a Connect button) and see it was running via the browser but I could not connect via the Roon app. It would not get past the spinning Roon logo. Not from a PC, not the iphone, and not the iPad app. I restarted multiple times, restart on the Roon server software, Reinstalled the operating system with no change. Finally, I restored the backup from the original Rock server and I could get into the Roon app again fine. If this was a one time thing I would think nothing of it but this has happened 4 times now!
The last time it had not been powered off at all and had been running a couple of days. This time the Rock server was working hard you could tell because it had gotten a lot warmer than usual. I shut it down to let things cool off and tried again. App would not connect so I wiped out the database again and restored from a 2 day old backup. This time I still could not connect to the database! SO I reset the database again but this time I didn’t restore. I went ahead and logged in and let Roon startup like it was new again. So now it is searching all my albums again. I had a ton of settings and album fixes and DSP settings! Is there anyway I can restore a backup and clean it up somehow so I don’t lose all my work? Having to analyze almost 45,000 files takes a while too. Setting up backups again… services… fixing split albums… combining box sets correctly… ugh… don’t make me do this again!
I have the logs saved from the last time it crashed if that would be any help.
My only consolation is that at least I am back to listening again.