I know ROCK doesn’t display disk, cpu or memory utilisation, but I think this is a major gap in the product as it stands today.
I have a ROCK setup doing convolution and upsampling and a procedural EQ that is giving me intermittent dropouts on just one endpoint. I’m trying to fault find, but as I can’t see what the available capacity is on my ROCK, and that I can’t log into a shell on the ROCK to check myself, I’m flying blind.
ROCK is running on a Linux based host where there is plenty of easy functionality available to allow Roon to display this data, even as a % on the web interface, or better still as something graphical that shows real time use.
I’m likely to deploy Snakeoil OS and run Roon server on that so I can get visibility of the system capacity, but this is a workaround that any sane person shouldn’t have to do.
Thanks. I was hoping for something more granular than this to allow me to better optimise what I turn on and why it makes the impact it does. Processing is a composite metric, but I’d love to get the discrete metrics to better make my own decisions.