I’m tracking down problems why my Macbook that is my home server doesn’t go to sleep at times. First I thought it had to do with file shares not being properly unmounted, but now I saw this here in the terminal:
When playing music I’m glad Roon keeps the computer awake, but it’s still listed even when I stop music. From what I read on this forum, Roon was only supposed to keep the computer awake while playing music?
And when I resume playback, there are suddenly two of these assertions:
My windows 7 PC frequently won’t go to sleep and it is Roon.
An active remote client has recently sent requests to this machine.
To test, I shutdown rooncore, keep awake request obviously disappears.
restart core, no keep alive request
connect OSX client, no keep alive request
play a track, keep alive request issued.
close (completely) OSX client, keep alive request still there.
It would really help me if this would timeout after a certain period (configurable perhaps) so that windows can be allowed to let the PC go to sleep, rather than being on 24x7.
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Hi @ruediger ---- I wanted to touch base with you and provide a status update on where we are in our investigation.
Our QA department is currently looking into this behavior and are trying to replicate in-house. They are working with our developers to try and find reproducible steps so we can properly address this issue.
We appreciate your continued patience while we dig deeper into this behavior being reported.