I bought an Intel NUC 10 Performance Kit equipped with 32GB of RAM, 256GB M.2 nVME SSD, and 2TB SATA SSD. I currently have ROCK installed on it and it is running just fine. I’m new to Roon but am a tech-savvy person.
At this point, I feel that the hardware I have is too powerful for ROCK alone and that I can use it for other purposes. I’m planning on wiping everything and replacing the OS with a standalone Debian Linux and just use docker containers for both the Roon Server and Plex Media Server.
Is there any reason/disadvantage of using a Roon Server docker container compared to just using the install script available in the website? Of course, the docker container adds overhead but that I think that’s negligible. It’s how docker technology is designed in the first place. I have a couple of docker containers in my Synology NAS so I’m familiar on how to use it.
Is there a recommended container in docker hub for the Roon Server? This is the most updated container with a lot of downloads that I saw.
If I decided to install Roon directly to the Debian Linux OS, what package pre-requisites are needed?
Thanks for the help.