I hope I explain the problem understandable :
To connect the Audirvana Remote App (IPAD) with Audirvana on my MacMini, the Audirvana App on the MacMini must be started beforehand. After the Audirvana App is started on the MacMini (via Imac or IPAD) I disconnect from the Mac (Imac or Ipad) and connect to the App on the Macmini with the Remote App on the Ipad. So : Audirvana on MacMini is started - controlled remotely via Ipad, connection to the host (from Imac or Ipad) is disconnected again.
Now the following happens : When I remote access the Audirvana app on the MacMini via Audirvana Remote App and control the music, the CPU load on the Macmini increases so much that the fan starts and gets very loud (and no stop). If I then establish a remote connection to the Macmini, e.g. via Imac, the CPU power immediately drops again and the fan also stops. I have tested this several times, always the same result. Can someone explain this to me…
Thanks for information and input
If you mean running my MacMini without Monitor and Keyboard - Yes - i just work with my macMini by remote (IPAD od Imac). he is physicaly connectet with my DAC and Home Cinema but controlled remote by Imac or Ipad.
The workaround is to login to the MacMini remote with my Imac and still keep this connection. i just wonder why he do not overload the cpu on this way.
He has 8 GB Ram.
I thank you for your effort to provide me with this information
My HDMI port is connected to the receiver (home Cinema).
I have tested it, in the receiver position BD/DVD and the Tv connected via HDMi1/Receiver (The TV then works as a monitor of the Mac and is normally used in this constellation for watching movies from Mac) the overload of the CPU does not happen anymore. A HDMI dummy is not possible because the HDMI port is already occupied and connected to the receiver.
The reduction in the preload section of Audirvana from 7 GB to 2 GB has also solved the problem without HDMI dummy.
Thx again for your Information and help