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I use G4ConvergenceTest (borrowed from extended/analysis/N03Con) to check the statistical quality of my results. The problem is, with one million beams the results do not pass all the statistical test, but G4ConvergenceTest is eating way too much memory itself I couldn't scale up the order of magnitude of beams.
The memory increase used by G4ConvergenceTest alone is like 0.1 Mb every 2 seconds. I understand it depends on the amount of data that is scored, but can this be acceptable performance?