"Too many failures. Stopping playback." Unraid server. Win11 player

three weeks ago I got this message every time I tried to play music. Then everything worked for 2 weeks. Now I get this error message every time. My server is on Unraid. To playback I use Win 11 PC w Roon. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Roon player. But did not uninstall the unraid Roon server yet (because it is so difficult). Please help.

Hi,

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Not sure if it helps, but I would have similar track skipping or failure issues if my Unraid server is running near 100% CPU load. Sometimes when Plex is doing video analysis or something else CPU intensive happens I would have issues with Roon. I pinned CPU’s in the offending docker containers to make sure the Roon container always has CPU threads available.

@Robert_Blakely - come to think of it, I don’t believe that running a Roon Server on Unraid is a supported configuration, you may get some help if you posted your issue in the Tinkering section of the forum…

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What is the server unraid is on? I have unraid running with roon docker with no issues.

here is what i have.
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I am the only user. CPU load is not an issue. Roon and Emby containers have worked for over a year. Just a recent issue w Roon.

Agreed that should be sufficient. SO in terms of music not playing is that your own files or streaming?

I used the Roon troubleshooter and it helped me narrow my problem down to Windows firewall. If I turn off firewall then Roon works. So I think I can make the firewall exceptions, so I think my problem is solved. I will do new thread if not.

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