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I was able to pinpoint my problem. Issuing /run/beamOn X where X>1 will perfectly initiate the MT mode with all threads working. /run/beamOn 1 on the other hand will only keep one thread busy while the others are sleeping.
So I might rather need clarification than bug fixing. My goal is to simulate one (huge) particle shower by e.g. shooting a 10TeV neutron in ice. I was under the impression that the work of tracking the particles generated in this primary interaction could be spread among the threads. Am I wrong here? Does /run/beamOn 1 initiate ONE working thread?
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