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I have been looking into using MT for a small project I am working on. I have however found that the Geant4 examples B1-5 will only use two of the 4 processors on my system. Scientifc Linux 6 is able to detect all my processors. If i try to edit the number of theads using the GUI it will crash out of the example. My system is an intel i5-3570K.
I have in the past used a dual core system with hyperthreading and there it detected the 4 cores in the system.
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