Hi, I have the same issue with the same setup (“Nucleus (Roon OS1.0 (build 227), Version 2.0 (build 1143) production”, Connected to router(Fritzbox 7590 via direct ethernet cable, using Roon and Roon ARC Remote Apps on iPhone, iPad, android Tab, audio devices: Sonos and raspberry Pi streamer. All devices are in the same network. Remotes an Roon Apps connected perfectly untill Saturday 5.11 evening. Since Sunday-morning 6.11 - without having applied any changes - I’m just getting the “initializing-message” on all my remotes. My Fritz-App gives me this Information:
I was just assuming the missing codecs could be related to the connect -failure. I never installed any codecs. In practice I never had any disturbing issues with the codecs. I have some AAC-files on the USB drive and I could see and play them by using my roon-remotes. Can’t remember noticing my old mp3-files that should be on the USB-Drive - but this issue never bothered me. The big issue is the sudden failure to connect from day to the next without having applied any changes.
Unfortunately I still don’t have connection after appliying this process. May it be because my Intel-Nuc was accessed from outside? I had mixed feelings about IT-security two weeks ago when I enabled port-forwarding to use Roon ARC.
When I disconnect my external 5 TB -Drive with my music library and restart roon rock without - it still doesn’t connect. I’m not sure if I understand your hint “database problem”. What would be a possible solution?
@WiWavelength is making a good point. Roon maintains a database for your music and showing 100% free on the database SSD is certainly odd if you have 3 TB of files. The database always tends to be small compared to the SSD size, but I have 300 GB of music files and the database uses ~1% of my 256 GB SSD:
Is this a new installation or have you been using it for a while?
Did you make any edits to the database (e.g., tags, credits) or did you accept everything as created by Roon?
Do you have a backup of the database?
I have been using this installation for about two years with little issues - except occasional interruptions of the connection of my remotes to the roon core - depending presumably either on the current roon-built or on the updates of the audio gear. connected. Roon 2.0 was very stable in this regard. I allways accepted everything as suggested and created by Roon. Not sure about the backup of the database. There should be a recent backup - made by Roon - in a folder on the attached 5 TB -USB Drive.
Hi Matt, thanks for letting me know. What still worries me - besides the effort of the forthcomming reinstall,is that I still don’t know the cause - why this issue stared 6/11. Hope you can solve the problem successfully.