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Question no files.hbook nor files.root since RHEL_5__x86_64 

Forum: Analysis
Date: 06 Aug, 2010
From: sauvestre <sauvestre>

I am facing a problem trying to create hbook files with geant4.9.3.p01. My os is Red Hat 5.

By the past (i.e last year with red hat 4), i could create hbook files where i have declared ntuples in.

Now i can t anylonger!!!!

I can create .hbook files if i have only 1d or 2d histos declared in the .hbook file. I have made many tentatives, using both OpenScientist, or AIDA, JAIDA, AIDAJNI packages. In both cases it is impossible for me to read ntuples and so to analyze them. Using paw, if i want to read old hbook files in which ntuples are declared and exist, i can t plot them and i have the message:

nt/scan 600

 *** Break *** Segmentation violation

 Traceq lun = 0, level = 99

 TRACEQ.  In-line trace-back still not available.

 Longjump

if nt/scan 600 ! ! ! s

then

/NTUPLE/SCAN: Warning: internal inconsistency. Leaking memory
        this could result from earlier problems
        Please restart PAW after saving your data
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
locf_() Warning: changing base from 0 to 7fff00000000!!!
This may result in program crash or incorrect results
this last message times the number of variable in my ntuple.

Of course, i can create an ascii file and then make a conversion to make it readable via paw but i would like to know if there is a more direct solution. what does "restart paw" mean exactly? what is a changing base and why? Thanks in advance.

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