Metadata Improver Pauseed

I’m running Roon on a Debian Linux server. It is the latest version of the OS with all the current updates applied. (It’s been super reliable, by the way.) When I reboot the server, which is normally after an update is applied, Roon ends up displaying the “Metadata Improver Paused” icon. Manually restarting the server process clears it, but that feels a little clunky. Is there a solution to this other than writing a shell script to kill/restart the process automatically after a reboot? The router is configured to use the fastest available DNS alternatives, so messing with that doesn’t change anything. This isn’t really much of a problem, but I would like to get to a “set it and forget it” configuration.