The port number used by Roon for the web display is not fixed because it depends on what is being used in the local network and is always displayed in Settings > Displays. The reason for the change of range was stated here:
No, but i did switch between my three main Cores, and it seems that it might be a less than optimal situation. And it seemed that build 882 resetted the image cache with the consequent requirement to cache once again. Anyways, the impression today is not quite as bad as the video. Still, nowhere near what i expect so i’ll stick to Lightning DS and vinyl for the foreseeable future i think.
The browsing with Roon on iOS is still “not so good” with a stuttery and jerky view.
(It was a train that took me away from here...)
That’s odd @Ronald_Lyster as it appears that it’s not the upgrade itself but somehow your instance is drifting into a bad state once it’s been running a while. What happens when you reboot again, back to happy? Sorry but this sounds like you might want a support thread of your own but don’t take that as me saying that I’ve lost interest
Just want to say that I’ve had almost no issues with these latest updates. My core is a 2017 iMac Pro. One thing I have noticed is a few album artworks disappearing, but in lieu of what it sounds like others are experiencing, it’s a very minor issue.
After new install my NUC and external hard drive seems to be running at a very high speed, even when not playing music. I can hear it over 30 feet away over quiet music and was never aware of it before. It can’t be good for the NUC. Anyone else have this?