Roon core running on MacMini 2012, SSD and 8gb RAM.
Music stored on Naim HDX (2TB) with 1.5TB in use,
Roon bridge is a Auralic Aries with Chord Hugo2 DAC.
All things connected via LAN cable using a HP Procurve 2810 switch (enterprise level). No changes applied to my hardware set-up since changing from 1.5 to 1.6.
Searching for things I already searched for, I.e. I do know it’s there. Just want to access the cd, e.g. Hans Zimmer. Haven’t checked, but might relate to those where also Tidal based records are added to my library.
Thanks for having a look. Out of curiosity, do have increased hardware requirement with roon 1.6 compared to 1.5?
On average, search takes 3 sec, and that’s just longer than before. More astonishing is that it takes >7 sec for those items which are already displayed as potential choices when you start to type a search. E.g.typing „part“ provides you as the first entry with „Patricia Barber“ as search item. The 4th item suggests „Patrick Smith“ as choice, searching for „Patrick Smith“ keeps you 7.5 sec waiting. You can do that with „wynt“ and will get „Wynton Kelly Trio“ as 4th choice. Searching for „Wynton Kelly Trio“ keeps you again waiting for more than 7 sec…
any further questions?
I’ve been running 1.6 since the day that it was released. I have 1000+ albums stored on my server and have had an additional 3000+ titles ‘saved’ to my library each from Qobuz & Tidal subscriptions (although I recently have removed the Tidal database). My initial experience was similar to what I see reported in this thread. Very slow and unresponsive (relative to what it had been in 1.5), particularly in searches.
That has gradually changed and improved over time and with continued use (and I use Roon daily). As I write, 1.6 is now just as fast and responsive as it had ever been with 1.5. I no longer experience any slowdowns and never wait longer than 1-2 seconds (sometimes less than that) for any function or click, including ‘Search’ function.
I’m relatively certain that (in other threads) Roon staff have stated that the responsiveness will increase over time and use and that has born out for me. If memory serves, a period of time as much as a week or two was even suggested. Just keep using and (hopefully) your experience will be the same as my own.
Got an example where tracks shown for an artist are listed as per Tidal. However, they are flagged as unavailable although they belong to a disc I actually own. Further the own ripped disk is marked as primary. When selecting the disk in question, all tracks (wav) are available. So, nobody can really understand why they are marked as unavailable.