Log shows the drive with my library on is “Offline” because “Drive Not Ready”
If I DISABLE the storage location (not remove it), exit my Roon Core, restart Roon Core and then go and ENABLE that storage location again, Roon instantly picks up all of the missing files. They’ll play fine too. However, if I exit the Roon Core and restart it again - it loses everything again.
Everything else can access the drive fine, as can Roon (temporarily) if I do the above.
Think I am seeing a similar behaviour here too! followed @Torq in the post above and low and behold the local albums and tracks appear and can be played. Additionally though any individual tracks previously highlighted as favourites still show as unavailable and this odd behaviour seems to also extend to some tidal tracks highlighted as favourites??
@jato1569, @Torq, @Evo1668, @jmathers, @rcarp2musicmac, I had a similar issue with an earlier earlyaccess release. Can all of you having this problem see if your songs appear by selecting Tracks view? It was an odd problem, no Albums were visible (in the Albums view category) but all my Tracks were seen and playable. I am wondering of B1223 reverted somehow.
I’ve had that happen from time to time on my Nucleus with Dell client. No albums showing up on one view, but they all show up when I click on another view. That fixes the issue for the first view. It’s not just recent.
Changing views does not fix anything with my issue. Storage library is still showing offline in the logs. Very frustrating that an incremental update could cause such an issue. Roon is dead in the water for me. There better be a hot fix soon.
All my albums and tracks appear, both Tidal and local content. But when I view the tracks from a local storage album, you see the album track, but it shows “unavailable” tag against each track and won’t play. If I go to Library under settings clean library. I can check a message saying “ clear several thousand tracks (ie all my local tracks) that can’t be associated as storage location doesn’t exist”
On my Mac Studio, the Storage Library is an APFS formatted external SSD Drive. My guess is that something changed in the update with their “online” storage drive detection algorithm. Every view is showing storage offline. No other variables, such as OS updates, changed except for the Roon update. Worked fine prior to the update. Did the 1223 update - now, storage is offline and no music is available to play from the library except for Qobuz favorites which is not dependent on the storage library.