It takes 1 corrupt file to damage the database.
It would be best to scan those tracks with MP3val for Windows or MP3 Scan+Repair for Mac, before importing them into Rekordbox.
It's not that Rekordbox becomes unstable, it is the database that becomes corrupt and will not open within Rekordbox which causes it to close.
Many damaged files cannot be opened let alone it only being Rekordbox. However, it has been requested to the engineers that Rekordbox tag the corrupt file and continue to operate.
Rekordbox is more or less suppose to be an aid to DJ'ing, not exactly hold all of your tracks from your complete collection. It is capable of holding library, but recommended to only import and use your most commonly used and most recent tracks. However this isn't always the case as some DJ's do need all of their tracks with them at certain gigs.
So it isn't completely necessary to import all 30K of your tracks, but if you will need all of them once in a while for different gigs such as weddings, stag and doe's, house parties... etc. then it would be necessary to import everything. It will just take a while, and I would like to advise you to do it in checkpoints as Rekordbox will use your RAM up and your computer may begin to slow. Try a few hundred at a time, let all the analyzing complete, close Rekordbox, free up some of your RAM with an app or by rebooting, then repeat.
Thanks for your feedback and the next Rekordbox is in the verification process at the moment and will hopefully be released soon. :)