Symptom: Roon server restart constantly when added a specific NAS music folder. When I remove the specific NAS music folder, it can work normally (playback music for over 12 hours). The specific NAS music folder path is \\192.168.10.62\Music\TestBed
I am looking through the logs you sent (thank you for uploading those) and see that analysis abruptly stops on these two tracks:
url=/roon/sys/storage/smbmounts/RoonStorage_ce76bc3a4a78932264810b660088c40b25ca6252/TestBed/WAV/44.1KHz_16bits/Sunny Choi/WAlking towards you/04-Happily_Ever_After.wav
Can you try moving these files out of your TestBed folder and try adding the folder again? Please do not delete these files just yet because if we narrow the crashing down to one of these two files, I will kindly request you to send them over for diagnostics purposes for a QA investigation.
Apologies for the continued difficulties here and thank you for sending me those new files. This is going to be my last attempt at locating the offending files before I ask the QA team to review
Can you try to move these files out of the testbed folder?
url=/roon/sys/storage/smbmounts/RoonStorage_ce76bc3a4a78932264810b660088c40b25ca6252/TestBed/DSD/DSD64/Mahler 1st - IV - finale - 2.8MHz-DSD.dff
url=/roon/sys/storage/smbmounts/RoonStorage_ce76bc3a4a78932264810b660088c40b25ca6252/TestBed/DSD/DSD64/老虎魚測試片/08 - Sara K. - When I Didn´t Care.dff
url=/roon/sys/storage/smbmounts/RoonStorage_ce76bc3a4a78932264810b660088c40b25ca6252/TestBed/DSD/DSD64/老虎魚測試片/09 - Steve Strauss - Closer.dff
I had ever added these two folders “TestBed/DSF” and “TestBed/DSD” and no issue found.
In order to speed up the process, do you need us to narrow down which folder or which file cause this problem by manually added separate folders in the TestBed?
Thank you for locating that file and sending it over. I will forward it to QA and ask them to take a closer look, but since removing that file, has RoonServer stopped restarting and everything it stable?
I know this issue has been solved, but just wanted to mention that we’ve just released Roon 1.7 (Build 500) which includes changes that should improve this behavior for .w64 files and prevent the crashes you were seeing.