I also confirm that there are no audiodevices, even after changing the name of RAATServer.
The thing that amazes me the most is that roon core must be awake because I’m able to see all the songs of my library, surf through Tidal albums and songs and change settings. The only thing that isn’t working is the availability of audio devices.
As soon as I ga to the inlogscreen of my macbook air via screen sharing, the audio devices appear in the roon clients.
Other proof that the macbook with my roon core is awake is because I’m able to create new maps and files via the network.
As I understand it, others have seen this go away with an update and/or a core reboot. I see you’re on Roon 2.0 and our diagnostics show you’re on an appropriate version of MacOS as well. Can you try restarting your Mac? Also, please check the settings here under system preferences>Energy saver.
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I have rebooted without any discernable change, but setting the power settings like in your picture + asking the iMac to wake in the morning and go to sleep at night is an adequate workaround. My issue is, however, that all of this worked well without asking the iMac to stay awake with those power settings, until 2.0.
Additionally, the iMac does wake on lan even without forcing it awake, the only thing that drops is the “audio” section. Browsing and handling the library works even when the iMac sleeps, but not controlling the audio section.
As a workaround I’ve set the iMac to stay awake during the day (in the power settings), but it still loses the “audio” section. This used to work but now it doesn’t any more, now I have to access the iMac to be able to use Roon.
@Wes, I’m just curious wether this is being worked on and if you need something more from me to figure it out.