Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
HP Pavillion i5/8gb RAM
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Assus DOCIS 3.1 modem
Netgear Nighthawk router
Aqvox SE Switch
Modwright/OPPO Sonica DAC
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
My PC is detecting process leakage in Roon. My PC Core is running 75%-85% memory. Here’s a clip of my Task Manager Process tab:
I wonder how he might do that. Do you get any message reporting that?
The reported combined memory usage for RoonAppliance and Roon is ~ 1.62 GB. You write that your PC has 8 GB RAM. Where is the problem?
Security program gave error warning of process leakage in Roon. I’m having no system issues but want to follow up on the error message
Then you should add at least the name and version of the security program as well as the exact message you get (screenshot). Any additional explanation that the program might provide for the message would be of help too.
It looks like you are using a RoonServer install (with the Roon program being hidden in the system tray of your PC). Is there any change in behavior if you restart RoonServer by right-clicking on it in the system tray and opening it again?
I don’t see Roon Server in Sys Tray - only Roon app.
Showing 93% memory - Roon @ 1.8 gb; Roon Server @ 1.1 gb
Only performance issue I see is that Roon start up used to be instantaneous on my HP Core. Now it’s about 20-30 seconds for logon.
Can you please try rebooting your PC (which you took the original screenshot on)?
Have done this. No change.
It looks like I have two server installations on this laptop:
Does this affect memory? Does it matter which I log in with? Should one be deleted?
Also, my memory use is 57% without Roon running. So maybe the issue is my other applications?
I have seen this also with Roon Server on Windows 10.Close Roon server and restart solves issue when this happens for me
This would indicate that you have both the “All-in-one” version of Roon and RoonServer installed on the same PC. RoonServer has no GUI and resides on in the system task-bar area and can be controlled by the All-in-one or another Roon Remote.
You can have both installed on the same PC, but only one of the installs can be the active “Core”. I would scroll down towards the bottom of your Task Manager to see if other process are using up RAM as well.
RoonServer and the All-in-one might have different databases, since they are two separate installs. I would check closely to see which one contains your entire database, the “This PC” listing is for the All-in-one and the “HP Laptop” listing should be for RoonServer.