I am running Roon Version 1.3 (build 223) stable (64bit) on a Sonictransport i5 computer and using my iMac and tablet etc. to control it. As I understand it the Sonictransport runs Linux and my iMac is running macOS Sierra version 10.12.4 with a 3.3GHz Intel i5 core.
My USB drive is a Lacie 4TB USB 3.0 external HDD and the drive is formatted exFat.
I appear to have lost nearly all my Roon music on the USB drive attached to my Sonictransporter. I can still access Tidal which certainly helps.
I say nearly as for some reason I have 2 albums remaining! I should have about 70000 tracks on about 5500 albums or thereabouts.
Using the storage tab of the Roon settings and selecting ‘browse’ I can see the attached drive and its various folders, amongst which is storage/music/usb however under this heading there are just the 2 albums.
However when I connect the same USB drive to my mac I can see 2 folders, one marked ‘artists’ with all my music and another called ‘playlists’ with a playlist inside.
I can’t fathom why the sonictransporter is not seeing the same content as my mac, but its possible i have made an error when adding content to the database as both the albums i can find are fairly recent additions?
I have restarted the Sonictransport and remounted the drive, which seemed to work when I first had the issue last week but does not work now. When I ask Roon to rescan it just finds the 22 tracks on the 2 albums mentioned.
Yes, Roon is watching the correct folder, but for some reason there are only 22 tracks and 2 albums there when there should be a great deal more. My imac can see all the files though when connected directly to the drive.