Win10 (latest and up to date), AMD 3950X, 32G DDR4, NVIDIA RTX2070, NVMe SSDs
NETGEAR switch, DKT NTE, Ubiquiti router (EdgeRouter Lite), 1Gbps internet connection (symmetrical) able to achieve 900Mbps throughput very reliably. Connection monitored for loss and latency constantly. Internal network all gigabit, wired to all Roon nodes, all via cables which have been tested and pass muster (to relevant ISO standards or 1000BASE-T application requirements) on a Fluke Versiv DSX8000 cable certifier.
Core: RME Fireface UCX as an ASIO device at 96kHz.
Others in zone: Raspberry Pi running Ropieee with HifiBerry AMP+, and Raspberry Pi running Ropieee with Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (1st gen) via USB. Both wired back to NETGEAR switch.
Roon frequently has periods where it will entirely skip playback of the next song in a playlist, and then stop about 3 seconds in. Once it stops, manual intervention is required because it is paused at 3 seconds. This only happens at the end of playback of a track, i.e. song ends, next song is skipped, subsequent song plays for 3 seconds and pauses.
There appears to be no external trigger for this, and it occurs randomly. It occurs with streamed music and local music (streamed from a ZFS-based NAS using a SMB share to the core; the NAS has throughput of >800Mbps and uses ZFS L2ARC+ZIL on SSDs, with prefetching to L2ARC enabled for the music store).
This has been happening since before 1.8.
All zones are using DSP w/ convolutional filters.