I have run into a strange issue with my playlists after trying to move my music folders to a new internal drive. Details below:
Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
ROCK version 1 build 175 on Intel NUC6i7
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
NUC connected to LAN
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Multiple Roon Bridge devices
Description Of Issue
Roon has been working well. The machine had one internal M.2 storage device and the library files were contained on an external USB drive.
I installed a second internal M.2 storage device. It showed up as expected and was formatted. After the device was formatted, the following steps were performed:
- In settings disabled the new internal drive
- Stopped Roon
- Copied music files/folders to the new internal drive (same folder structure as USB drive)
- Started Roon
- In settings disabled the USB storage and enabled the new internal storage
- After the files were scanned, I could play music. All playlists were functional also. All looked good
However, after I rebooted the system I noticed that a number of playlists had 0 files. Others had fewer songs than before the reboot.
I now, restored from a backup from a day or so ago. After the system came up, the new internal drive was disabled in settings and the USB was enabled as expected. I now performed the same steps as above and ran into the same behavior. As soon as the system is rebooted songs disappear from the playlists.
Currently, I have restored everything and performed the steps again but have not rebooted. Things are working as expected.
Based on reading various discussions on the forums, I am following the correct procedure and everything should work properly. Can you please let me know if I am missing a step? Why do the playlists lose songs after I reboot? If you require any additional details, please let me know.
Thanks for your help!