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Description Of Issue
The library double count the moved files. “Cleaning up library” or re-scanning drives doesn’t solve the situation. The result is so many albums that can’t be played. Further, this situation wrongfully and randomly designates the missing album as the primary album, which causes huge trouble.
2 suggestions, 1) can you post a file explorer pic of those directory structures so we can see what they look like outside of Roon. and 2) why don’t you try disabling that 1st entry, MusicData2 and then see how things look, as your previous pic shows MusicData > MusicData2. Somehow that looks like something is wrong, do you have a link to MusicData2 down inside MusicData?
Hello @Kroon, and thanks for your report! Could you send me a screenshot of your storage location in Finder for these files? Also, have you deleted one set of these files from one of the folders? If the item is in both folders, then we’ll have duplicates show up like this.
Yes, stopping watching one is not the solution as they are different.
So, could it be a simple solution to rename the subfolder? Without clear yes, I’m afraid of doing this, as I do not want further contamination…
Thank you guys. This is a backup used before. I understand that this shouldn’t be in the same drive as music. But, I want to keep these old backups as long as this is identified as the cause of the contamination. (And, as the backup doesn’t have any music, I believe that this would not be the cause of this trouble.)
So, any possible solution for worth trying??