Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Nucleus+ Roon V. 1.7, build 500
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Netgear Orbbi hub, Cisco SG110D-5 switch, wired ethernet
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Devialet 140 Pro. Nucleus+, 140 Pro, and Orbi hub all connect to the Cisco switch (1 metre cables to 140 Pro and Nucleus+, the switch is connected by in wall cabling to the Orbi hub in another room
Description Of Issue
A number of albums are displaying the wrong thumbnail image of the album cover in the Overview and Artist View displays on my iPad (latest build for iOS app). When an album with the wrong cover is selected and the album view is displayed the correct cover shows.
This problem started around Tuesday/Wednesday last week and may or may not be related to V. 1.7 of the Roon software. Relevant history is as follows (all dates Australian time):
Tuesday 19 Nov: Received Nucleus+ back from the Australian distributor after repair of faulty ethernet port. Reinstalled internal SSD with music library, cancelled account details showing for repair tech and re-entered my own account details.
Tuesday 19 Nov/Wed 20 Nov: updated to Roon V. 1.7 build 500, started noticing problem.
I can’t be certain whether the problem is related to the new version of Roon or a result of something that happened during the repair. It appears that Roon OS Build 183 was installed by the repair tech while the Nucleus+ was away for repair and while his account details and library were active. Is it possible that changing the library details during the repair, probably prior to updating the Roon OS, and they my reinstalling my SSD and restoring my own library details resulted in some corruption?
Do I need to rebuild the database in order to restore correct album cover display? If so, how would I initiate a rebuild of the database?