Roon Server database destroyed on each update

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Joulinar
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Re: Roon Server database destroyed on each update

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can the roon developer specify which directories needs to have which level of protection? Would be good to know what permissions are needed. DietPi is doing nothing else than extracting a zip file during installation. The entire folder structure is provided by roon. If there is a need to change file system permissions, it would be good to know where and which.

Personally I still find it strange that roon is providing an update script that wipe everything (incl user data) and only way to avoid is to write protect whatever folder/files. Would be better to have an update script that did not wipe everything instead of files needed.
Pls let us know if a solution is working. This could help others if they hit by similar situation. Your DietPi Team
Edward
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Re: Roon Server database destroyed on each update

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Joulinar wrote: Wed Apr 29, 2020 12:31 pm can the roon developer specify which directories needs to have which level of protection? Would be good to know what permissions are needed. DietPi is doing nothing else than extracting a zip file during installation. The entire folder structure is provided by roon. If there is a need to change file system permissions, it would be good to know where and which.

Personally I still find it strange that roon is providing an update script that wipe everything (incl user data) and only way to avoid is to write protect whatever folder/files. Would be better to have an update script that did not wipe everything instead of files needed.
There are many coding things strange about roon. I don't like to say it but it looks like coders job security. So many things not conforming to standard practice and eventually leading to errors and problems.....to be fixed later.
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