Hi @noris on Sunday, quite desperate I did backed up my DB (the one I have been constructing since I started with Roon in November) completely uninstalled Roon, and deleted the library folder as well… rebooted, fresh installed Roon, then started configuring Roon to see if the issue is DB related in any way.
by Sunday evening Roon cataloged all my 36000+ files, started playing for an hour or so… Monday I didn’t played any music, then today woke up early, started playing at 6AM then around 7.30am the issue started happening…
This issue looks to have No DB relation, rolling back to my real DB.
This last time I was navigating the albums context menu, filtering some genres with focus, but it is not you can just go there and reproduce it, has happened while in other context menus I am sure.
Thank you for providing the additional information. It sounds like this issue is specific to the hardware since the issue also reproduced with the fresh database, so I will provide the new information we have gathered to QA and let’s see what they say. Once I hear back, I will reach out once more, thanks!
I appreciate your patience until I had a chance to discuss this further with QA. Our current theory is that something is causing Roon to re-draw a UI object multiple times and this is causing the slowness behavior.
We just released Roon build 538 a couple of hours ago, can you please upgrade to the newest build and let me know if you’re still seeing the same behavior there? I just want to check this aspect before going into deeper troubleshooting.
@mavmcl - It may or may not help, so I can’t make any promises, but I do want to see if there’s been any effect on the latest build before we dive into deeper troubleshooting, so please do let me know!
Thanks for checking the new build and sorry to hear that it hasn’t helped with this issue, onto the deeper troubleshooting exercise.
You mentioned previously that you tried a fresh database and restored your library content earlier in this thread, but we would like to confirm if having no content in your database also causes this issue.
Can I please ask that you start with a completely fresh database, don’t add any content to it and verify if you get into the same state?
Ok copy that, let me find an alternative player for today and will keep this virgin Roon running in full screen just siting there, not sure it will happen as I will not put the UI to work as I will not be using the software, but will give it a try.
I will let you know.
hey @noris It is now sitting there running with no DB, no files, not playing any music, I am clicking around the menu, I can see when I navigate though the menu it spikes to 20% or so then goes back, I will keep you posted.