Sonos Controller 10.1 running on Windows 10 Version 1903, Synology Diskstation 210J server.
I have a very large collection of (mainly) classical music, which is all in one mapped network drive on the Synology server. I have recently added about the equivalent of about 200 CDs, and I am getting the message:
"Can't update your music library...There is not enough room to update your music library...Please remove unused queues or saved playlists and try again"
I presume this is referring to the ?65,000 track limit. My question is, would it make sense to create say 4 or 5 mapped network drives, and split up my collection into them (say composers A-D, E-K, L-R, S-Z)... each "split" drive could contain about 9,000 files in 900 folder, and would take up about 125GB. (I only ever access music through the "Folders" item in the menu.)
Would this get round the problem (I presume the problem is the number of tracks/files/folders rather than size on disk)?