Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Roon (Full version including core and remote) running on a Mac Mini, running MacOS Catalina v 10.15.6. Mac Mini is Late 2014 - 8 GB RAM. Connected via wired Ethernet. Mac Mini is connected via HDMI to the Rotel RAP-1580 4K slot, and on to a TV - which I use as a monitor to access the mac mini.
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Ethernet Cable connected to a TP-Link Switch. Google Mesh Wifi puck also connected to the same switch, but I don’t use wifi to connect the Mac Mini.
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
USB connection to a PC/USB 2.0 on a Rotel RAP-1580 on typical mode. Experimenting with a Bryston DAC 3.14 - no audio issues in both cases.
Streaming to Bedroom Naim Muso, and also to another room with an Apple TV connected to a Rotel amplifier (using optical - older version of Apple TV).
Description Of Issue
Everything works fine, and I am able to connect to the core using Roon remote on my iPhone and on an iPad. I am able to set up the audio options. However, when I leave the Mac mini and go away - it seems to fall asleep, and Roon also stops running. Remote roon will not connect - till I login into the mac mini, and re-start Roon on the machine. I have gone to the Energy Saver - and put it to “Never” for the sleep mode. When I switch the Rotel amplifier off (and therefore display switches off), Roon keeps running on the Mac Mini. So the amp / USB / display option is fine when I switch them off. Its just that after a while, the Mac Mini seems to be going to sleep - and I have to restart the Roon again. This is defeating the entire purpose of Roon during my trial period - so please help.