Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
NUC 10 i7, running ROCK (unsupported use, but it works well). i7 processor, 16gb RAM, 500gb m.2 nvme ssd, 1tb storage ssd (completely empty). ROCK version 1.7 (build 571) stable.
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Comcast Xfinity gigabit internet; Netgear docsis 3.1 modem; ASUS AC-87R router; microrendu; Synology DS-218+ NAS; NUC connected to router by CAT-8. All wired connection; only Ipad and Android remote apps on wifi.
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Sonore microrendu > Usb > Topping D90 DAC > RCA> A5 powered speakers on desktop.
Description Of Issue
Switched this afternoon from Windows 10 to ROCK on NUC. Approximately 30 mp3 files failed to import and are listed in “skipped files” in Library settings. The log says these files are corrupt.
However, they all imported properly when I last reinstalled Roon last week (including a fresh library scan) when the NUC still was running Windows 10. They also play properly from beginning to end when played tonight on my Windows desktop machine using JRiver Media Center.
In the past, when I have had corrupt music files, they would not play at all on Windows, so I assume they are NOT corrupt. As there were no issues with these files when I was running Windows Roon (until this afternoon) and still aren’t with JRiver under Windows, I would think this is a Linux issue.
Years ago, I had a Linux box and, I recall, there were some characters that Linux won’t accept in filenames. None of these files has those characters. Further, because my NAS is Linux-based, I assume that I couldn’t even give these files names that violate Linux convention.
I successfully imported a gazillion files, so this is not a huge deal other than to the extent I now have some incomplete albums.
Is this expected behavior?