If you want speedy and competent help, a complete system rundown from your ISP socket to your DAC including software and firmware versions, where applicable, type of connections and cable make identification would certainly make sense.
I have a computer with Windows 10. Intel Core i5 9600K 16GB RAM
Roon build 831.
Internet Service Provider is Telia Fiber LAN
Audio device is Bluesound Node with analog connections to a NAD 328 amplifier.
The device Is connected with Ethernet.
My library contains of 250 000 tracks. 20 000 of them are ripped tracks on a WD MyBook Live.
I use both Tidal and Qobuz as streaming services.
Thank you for sending those log files and timestamp over! We have reviewed the logs and we are seeing the following error at the time you mentioned:
10/08 19:17:32 Warn: [broker/backups] unexpected error doing backup on FileBrowser.Entry: [C:], Samsung SSD 970 EVO 250GB : \Users\User\Desktop\RoonBackups: System.IO.IOException: Det finns inte tillräckligt med utrymme på disken.
This error seems to indicate that there is no more free space on your 250GB drive to perform the backup. We’re not seeing any other crashes in the logs except for this space issue. If you wish to free up space and need a tool, WinDirStat has helped in the past:
Glad to hear that another SSD is working as expected!
You find the Soundiiz option under the regular export menu after selecting which tracks/albums you wish to export (right click tracks/albums → 3-dot menu at the top → export). Then you can open Soundiiz App → Streaming Service → Your Library → Import Tracks (top right corner) → Point it to the CSV Roon generated. Hope this helps!
Thank for your help with this.
I was looking for the “export” option on my Ipad. I almost never navigate from my computer. But thanks again it’s really a great tool being able to export Roon playlists to Tidal.