Mac Studio M1 Max, 32GB RAM, 1TB internal storage; Roon 2.0 (1193)
Library on Synology Diskstation 218+ NAS; SW V# 7.1.1
Networking Gear & Setup Details
Asus ZenWifi XT8 Mesh primary and secondary routers;
Primary: hardwired to modem; other connections via TPLink 8 port gigabit switch in machine closet
Secondary: hardwired to Primary using gigabit ethernet backhaul; direct connection; no switch
Core: Hardware to primary router
All cabling is cat 6
Connected Audio Devices
Mytek Brooklyn Bridge endpoint: hardwired to secondary router; also USB connection direct to core (2 distinct connections showing under audio sources (net, USB) both enabled.
Bluesound Node 2i: hardwired to primary router
ARC: over wifi at home; 5g mobile
All endpoints running same Roon build as core; ARC is must up to date version
Number of Tracks in Library
19,000+ tracks; 13K roughly on Synology NAS; 6K on Tidal
Description of Issue
Roon core on MacStudio is crashing daily with crash reports coming up on screen. Have saved recent and can upload.
Seems to happen most frequently when idle (no active streams or activities).
Let me know if I can upload a crash report to be reviewed.
Thanks for taking the time to write in! And I’m sorry to hear you’re running into issues with your Mac core crashing. What OS are you currently running on the Mac?
If possible, could you share the crash report generated by Apple? You can upload the report here. We’re currently working on a known issue with Roon crashing on some Mac cores running Ventura.
Depending on what the crash report shows, we do have a workaround many users have found useful while we work on this known issue. The workaround involves temporarily running Roon Server rather than the full Roon app. You can read more about this here:
Thanks. Server is up and running but for my use case, having core and control on the same computer is ideal. Any ETA on fixing the software bug? Will there be notification of the remedy when it is released?